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To Kill a Mockingbird Critical Review

Summary: Literature analysis of To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
The satirical classic piece To Kill a Mockingbird is one of the most renowned and favorite books of people today. Winning the Pulitzer Prize, being translated into over forty languages, and being one of the top 100 books since its publication it has become one of the best-loved stories of all time. Taking place in a small segregated town in Alabama it shows the racial prejudice and discrimination of life in the 1930's. Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird is a strong fictional piece of literature using key components and literary devices to become one of America's all-time favorites.

Written in the point-of-view of a six year old girl, Scout Finch, this novel shows the prejudice and discrimination of negroes and also the hidden backgrounds and cliques in society that Scout puts as "what you really see in them when you have to watch through...

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