To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | Student Essay

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To Kill a Mockingbird -- Coming of Age

Summary: Essay deals with the "coming of age" theme presented in the novel, To Kill A Mockingbird.
Innocence is the time in a child's life when there no knowledge of wrongdoing or evil; the child is free from all guilt. It would take several personal experiences to lose this innocence, which is what Scout and Jem Finch discovered along their path from innocence to experience. The transition to maturity is a major theme in To Kill A Mockingbird, and it plays a large role in the plot of the story. It directly ties in with the other themes presented in the novel. For example, prejudice is a prominent subject in the novel, and it has helped characters realize right from wrong. Another obvious example is the education motif, and its tie with the coming of age of the children. It can be argued that the book is titled, "To Kill A Mockingbird" because of the loss of innocence that...

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