To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | Student Essay

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To Kill a Mockingbird - Trial Scene and Its Relationship to Rest of the Novel

Summary: Tom Robinson's trial was one of the famous scenes in the novel "To Kill a Mockingbird" which clearly sculptured out the prejudice, innocence, good and evil in the society of Maycomb.
Analyze the trial scene and its relationship to the rest of the novel

Tom Robinson's trial was one of the famous scenes in the novel "To Kill a Mockingbird" which clearly sculptured out the prejudice, innocence, good and evil in the society of Maycomb. Harper Lee through this scene tries to convey to the readers the social situation in southern states of Alabama. The novel is very similar to Lee's personal life and that's why she is able to narrate the story quite well by using literary features such as Foreshadowing, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, Symbols etc. The fact that the novel pictures her personal life actually makes the reader believe what is happening. The Tom Robinson's trial is very similar to that of the Scottsboro's trial and that's how Lee is successful in...

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