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Essay | Realizations of Scout in To Kill a Mockingbird.

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Realizations of Scout in To Kill a Mockingbird.

Summary: Different things Scout realizes throughout the book.
These are just a view important realizations of Scout throughout To Kill a Mockingbird. First of all, she realizes that the town is very racist. Everyone is segregated. The trial of Tom Robinson is a good example of this. The fact that he is black gives him the altomatic guilty statement. He doesn't even get a fair chance. Scout also realizes the many stereo types of the townspeople. Such as Boo Radley and Mr. Dolphus.. Everyone thinks Boo is a crazy man because of the stories they heard. One was about then incident when his father was stabbed. Dolphus Raymond is a drunk when actually he is drinking Coke in a brown bag and acting drunk. He does this so people will leave him alone and not bother him about the fact that he lives with the black folks and is married...

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