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To Kill a Mockingbird: Theme Analysis

Summary: Discusses the Harper Lee novel, To Kill a Mockingbird. Explores the major theme of racism, especially as depicted in the Tom Robinson trial.
In " To Kill A Mockingbird" most white citizens of the town of Maycomb see blacks, and underprivileged whites as garbage. Tom Robinson, a semi well off black man is charged for rape against Mayella Ewell and is convicted guilty and sentenced to life in prison and maybe even the death penalty. A very large amount of townsfolk came to watch the trial. Author Harper Lee accomplishes the task of revealing consequences of racism. The splitting of the viewers, whites are to sit on the ground level and blacks are to sit in the balcony or loft. The all white jury and, shooting 17 shots at Tom when trying to escape.

When the trial goes down and everybody streams in from Maycomb county and everywhere else, blacks and whites are to sit in different areas to show respect. Respect? All the white people get right behind...

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