To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | To Kill a Mockingbird

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To Kill a Mockingbird

Summary: A comprehensive essay on the book "To Kill A Mockingbird."
In the most profound and interesting novel To Kill a Mockingbird, there is a collection of intensifying themes: prejudice, justice, and cowardice. I chose these three things because they seem to be the stories strong points in this novel. During the story these three themes had its way of showing up at the right moments.

The amount of prejudice you see accumulate throughout this story makes you saddened and provoked. Mr. Bob Ewell, a lonely man in Maycomb, is a good example of prejudice. Bob is a very mean man towards black people and does not show them the affection he shows white people. "Why, I run for Tate as quick as I could. I knowed who it was, all right, lived down yonder in that nigger-nest, passed the house everyday. Judge, I've asked the county for fifteen years to clean out that nest down yonder...

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