To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | Student Essay

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To Kill a Mockingbird

Summary: Reviews the book, To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee. Explores the evolution of the character Scout. Describes how she learns many of life's lessons.
In the book "To kill a mocking bird" Scout, one of the main characters in the book learns a lot of lessons during the period of time in the book. Scout learns a lot about her neighborhood and he family background that she never knew before. Scout observes the amount of people that are racist in her community and she also learns that some people are not bad even though other people in her neighborhood say that the person is bad.

Scout learns a lot of lessons during the book "To kill a mocking bird." One lesson that she learns is that she should not be racist. In the novel Scout's dad (Atticus) is a lawyer in her town. Her dad was in a case and Atticus was a black person's lawyer trying to fight off this guy's case. There is this guy in the town...

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