Prejudice Essay | Prejudice an Discrimination Essay

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Prejudice an Discrimination Essay

Summary: We already know that prejudice and discrimination can destroy the lives of others; people across the world need to learn how to feel sympathy and compassion for the people who have been wronged and apologies for their action. All people are created equal, no matter the difference in race, skin colour, language or health. This is illustrated in three different novels.
English Synthesis Task:

Prejudice is any preconceived feeling or opinion favourable or unfavourable towards a certain group of people. The discrimination caused by prejudice results in this certain group being attacked verbally or physically. In the novel `To Kill a Mockingbird', Harper Lee uses different writing styles and techniques to show the reader how unfairly blacks were treated. Other sources like the movie `Philadelphia' directed by Jonathon Demme and `Blood Out of a Stone', a cartoon strip by Leunig, helped me understand prejudice and discrimination better by visualising situations where prejudice and discrimination are, and focusing on the issue in a dramatic way.

Harper Lee's book "To Kill a Mockingbird" was published in 1960. She was writing at significant time during a period of racial change and relations. Just after the Second World War, movements for equality and freedom gained enough strength and momentum to make Negros...

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