To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | To Kill a Mocking Bird

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To Kill a Mocking Bird

Summary: In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee deliberately demonstrates the effects of what happens when different people are placed under pressure. She has created certain characters, each with their own personal identity, placed them under the same pressured circumstance, and has prepared outcomes and reactions differing from character to character.
In today's society, the true personality of certain beings is revealed when they are placed under pressure by everyday circumstances. It is then, that one determines which people actually understand the true meaning and value of a moral existence, and uses it to their own advantage. In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee deliberately demonstrates the effects of what happens when different people are placed under pressure. She has created certain characters, each with their own personal identity, placed them under the same pressured circumstance, and has prepared outcomes and reactions differing from character to character. This allows the reader to determine which characters in the novel truly value a moral existence, by exploring the way that they cope with pressure. Atticus, being the centre of the text, has possibly had the biggest amount of pressure placed upon him. He is called to...

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