Kanye West Essay | Kanye West "My Way Home" Vs Mockingbird

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Kanye West "My Way Home" Vs Mockingbird

Summary: Several parallels are seen between the lyrics of "My way home" and To Kill A Mockingbird. Firstly freedom in "my way home" can be easily compared to Tom Robinson's fighting spirit to be acquitted for a crime which he did not commit.
Several parallels are seen between the lyrics of "My way home" and To Kill A Mockingbird. Firstly freedom in "my way home" can be easily compared to Tom Robinson's fighting spirit to be acquitted for a crime which he did not commit. "We wear struggling chains" is a quote from "My way home" which suggests that blacks are treated unfair, and want to be freed from slavery and to be treated equally. In TKM, tom is shocked to find he is found guilty and tries to be freed from "chains" with the help of Atticus Finch. But as the reader of TKM sees, tom is unable to get free from these chains, so he tries to escape, but gets shot like a "young smoke grass in grassless jungles" seventeen times. "Young smoke grass in grassless jungles" can be related to Tom...

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