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Discus Trial Scene Relationship with the Rest of the Novel

Summary: In "To Kill a Mocking Bird", by Harper Lee, The hatred between "Black" and "White" Americans clearly showed up during the trial Tom Robinson and brought up all the evil and good in Maycomb society.
Parth Krishna

Analyze the trial scene relationship with the rest of the novel

America was born because people wanted to be free. Freedom to worship without prosecution and discrimination. But for whom? This is the question came up in my mind when I was reading the pages that were related to the court room trial scene. The hatred between "Black" and "White" Americans clearly showed up during the trial Tom Robinson and brought up all the evil, good in Maycomb society. It is the backbone off the novel and was an effective instrument for the author to show the racism that was present in Maycomb society.

The social structure in Maycomb was such that it mocked the law. The law was such that a "white" no matter what his character was could be trusted and his word would be taken...

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