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To Kill a Mockingbird

Summary: Discusses the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee. Examines the consequences relating to the conviction of character Tom Robinson. Explores the major theme of racism.
To Kill A Mockingbird written by Harper Lee is a tale of the prejudice society of Maycomb County. They county is willing to kill an innocent man rather than question their beliefs in black inferiority, Tom Robinson. There were many consequences relating to the conviction of Tom Robinson; the jury convicts Tom Robinson even though there was great deal evidence that he was innocent, the death of Tom Robinson, and the attack on Jem and Scout by Mr. Ewell.

Firstly a man was killed because people were too ignorant and close-minded to realize they were wrong about blacks. Some may call it a suicide attempt and others, a murder, but while Tom tried to escape, the guard shot him seventeen times. If it were suicide, the guard would not have shot him seventeen times. Furthermore, the guard said he just tried to wound Tom. The guard...

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