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Themes in "To Kill a Mockingbird"

Summary: Essay examines the presence of many themes in Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird."
To Kill a Mockingbird is one of the most classic and possibly controversial books of our time. Written in 1960 by a woman named Harper Lee, this story is considered by many to be a dramatic book with many different themes, while Harper Lee herself has always thought it to be "a simple love story."

This book is about two children in Southern Alabama who throughout different experiences learn how to deal with different types of people in their town. They attend a trial, and learn about a variety of different themes such as prejudice, courage and maturity.

Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines theme as "a subject or topic of discourse or of artistic representation." All throughout the book themes are present and are represented, and possibly in an artistic way, such as the gifts found in the tree from Boo, which can be considered symbols in...

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