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To Kill a Mockingbird: Scout Finch

Summary: To Kill A Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, is a story of prejudice and class distinction in the south in the 1930s. Lee uses Scout finch, a young girl, as the narrator of the story to show the injustice in Maycomb county society. Throughout the book Scout often wonders why people can't all just get along.
"Why can't we all just get along""(Rodney King) To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee is a story of prejudice and class distinction in the south in the 1930s. Lee uses Scout finch, a young girl, as the narrator of the story to show the injustice in Maycomb county society. Throughout the book Scout often wonders why people can't all just get along. Blacks and poor people are discriminated against and Scout does not understand why. Through Scouts eyes Lee demonstrates how three types of prejudice; gender, social and racial create difficulties and unhappiness for Scout.

Scout's life is made difficult by the gender stereotypes that society tries to impose upon her. Scout is talking about Aunt Alexandra not liking the way she dresses.

"Aunt Alexandra was fanatical on the subject of my attire. I could not possibly hope to be a lady...

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