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Essay | Racism in "The Power of One" and "To Kill a Mockingbird"

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Racism in "The Power of One" and "To Kill a Mockingbird"

Summary: The theme of racism in "The Power Of One" by Bryce Courtenay and "To Kill A Mockingbird" by Harper Lee. This essay revolves around the theme of injustice and what similarities and differences both books have with each other in conveying the issue of injustice.
The Power of One and To Kill A Mockingbird, both have a major theme of injustice. Both novels are set back in the time when racism still existed between whites and blacks, and they both revolve around the issue of how the whites showed the blacks nothing but prejudice and how injustice prevailed. In To Kill A Mockingbird and the recent case on Mamdouh Habib, there is a similar issue. This issue is the inability of the law to stop prejudice and therefore, let it prevail. Throughout this essay I will focus on two major aspects of injustice present in To Kill A Mockingbird and the two other texts, elaborating on them and pointing out the similarities that are visible on all three texts. These two issues that I will be focusing on will be `injustice' and `inablity of...

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