To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | Student Essay

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Why Is a Novel Such as to Kill a Mockingbird Important to Read?

Summary: It's about why it is important to read. It's on discrimination, racism, prejudice, courage, and loneliness.


To Kill a Mockingbird can be easily understood, if you look closely at the characters, settings, plots, and themes. It teaches moral lesson, it shows an overall lesson of prejudice, lifestyle, and attitudes. The book is important to read because it teaches you about racism, prejudice, discrimination and what society is like. Courage and loneliness took place in the novel to. Racism was a big issue back in the twentieth century. Racism and prejudice has a huge affect on society. Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird" is a perfect book that connects in a child's curiosity with harsh reality. In the beginning half of the book Scout (the narrator) and Jem bound their lives around Boo Radley. People of the community say that "Boo is an antisocial untouchable." The children wish to meet him and show him...

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