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Life Lessons Learned from To Kill a Mocking Bird

Summary: The life lessons that we learned in `To Kill a Mockingbird' are the same as the lessons that Jem and Scout learned from their development of growth and experience. Racism, gender issues, societal values and prejudging are all part of their environment. We hope they are not as prevalent today.

The life lessons that we learned in `To Kill a Mockingbird' are the same as the lessons that Jem and Scout learned from their development of growth and experience. At the beginning of the story, Jem and Scout gave me the feeling that they are very gifted in comparison to others in the society. In the novel there were many types of discriminations which in today's society have been tuned down to as low as possible and one that almost doesn't exist anymore.

From the novel, an example of social discrimination of white people towards white people would Boo Radley and the society. The whole society discriminated him because he was different from the other people. Also with a fact that he wanted to be alone. Another one would difference of social class. An example of difference of social class would...

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