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An Examination of Character Relationships in To Kill a Mocking Bird

Summary: Evaluates the relationships between major characters in Harper Lee's novel, To Kill a Mocking Bird. Discusses the various types of conflicts experienced between the characters and discusses how this affects the plot of the novel.
Human relations are a source of conflict and will usually involve good and evil, it is due to a wide variety of different personalities, choices, actions, opinions and thoughts that one way or another, a quarrel will present itself and more often than not - will become serious. Conflicts are usually issues between good and evil. These issues can be unsentimental and melodramatic. People face conflicts in everyday life. It could be a disagreement with someone, relationship problems, and workplace problems - if you had a fight with your boss or an employee or it could be school related problems and many more. Any of these could be harmless and dealt verbally only or it could be serious and violence is involved. It could lead to hate, racism, crime, war, terrorism and many other social affairs. Good and Evil...

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