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The Use of Conflict in "To Kill a Mockingbird"

Summary: The use of conflicts drive the plot, themes and characters in the Harper Lee's classic novel, "To Kill A Mockingbird."
To Kill A Mockingbird

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The novel To Kill A Mockingbird, written by Harper Lee, was about two children growing up and learning about human dignity and equality. Like many other well written novels, conflicts tend to have a great impact on the outcome of the plot. It is seen in this novel that the plot, characters and themes were affected by the conflicts involved. The conflicts between white and black people, protagonists and antagonists, and person and the society affect the novel through many different ways.

The affects between the white vs. black people of Maycomb was used to alter the outcome of the novel. An example of how this conflict affected the novel was seen through the words that the Maycomb townspeople used to call black people. These words are evident through what Bob Ewell declared during the trial...

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