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Prejudice in "To Kill a Mockinbird"

Summary: My essay is about prejudice in the book "To Kill a Mockingbird." It talks about the prejudice against Tom Robinson, Dolphus Raymond, and others.
In the book and movie, To Kill a Mockingbird, there are many instances that include prejudice and racism. There was not only prejudice towards African Americans including Tom Robinson and Calpurnia, but there was also prejudice against Boo Radley and Dolphus Raymond. Some examples of these prejudices include Tom Robinson being innocent but being charged guilty. Aunt Alexandria wanted Atticus to fire Calpurnia. The town labeled Boo Radley because he always stayed inside and was in a gang and stabbed his father when he was younger. The town was also prejudice against Dolphus Raymond because he had mixed children and a Negro woman.

Tom Robinson was prejudiced against very much. Mayella and Bob Ewell testified that Tom had beaten and taken advantage of Mayella. Even though Tom had great evidence that he was innocent: his left arm was crippled, the jury said he was...

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