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To Kill a Mockingbird

Summary: "To Kill A Mockingbird" written by Harper Lee is a coming of age story that speaks of racism and how at such a young age the Finch children deal with it.
To Kill a Mockingbird is book that takes place in Alabama in the1930's. It is a story that tells about a problem that the Finch family deals with, but even thought it took place many years ago it is something that the American society still struggles with today. Through Scout and Jem Finch's neighbor meanderings and the example of their father, they learn that the world isn't always adequate or fair and that prejudice is a very real predicament in their world no matter how normal and equal life may appear at that age.

To Kill a Mockingbird is narrated but Jean Louise Finch, but is nicknamed Scout. As she looks back upon her childhood she describes two years where she learned the most valuable lessons of her life including: courage, kindness, and the importance of always doing what is right. She came to realize...

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