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To Kill a Mocking Bird

Summary: Everything up in the novel To Kill A Mocking Bird the people of Maycomb county were prejudice. Scout and Jem learned that prejudice was wrong. Bob Ewell died because he was prejudice, but now I think that Maycomb, Alabama is now not as prejudice as in the beginning of the book.
In the Novel To Kill A Mocking Bird, they are many examples of Prejudice. Here are some examples: When Bob Ewell Accuses Tom Robinson of raping his Dither Mayella. During Tom's trial the white's citizens sat segregated at the bottom of the courtroom and the black's segregated on the top balcony. Also the Jury to Tom Robinson case was unfair because the jury was white.

During the trail of Tom Robinson, Bob Ewell accuses Tom Robinson of rap because he is Prejudice. He accused Tom Robinson of raping his Dither Mayella. But Atticus found out Bob Ewell was raping his Dither. Because Atticus ask Mayella if her father is left handed cause Mayella Black eye is on her left eye.

In the 1940s and 1950s Prejudice was a big thing. Whites and Blacks had different bathrooms, water fountains, schools, etc. So in the trail of...

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