Question: English & Literature

How is To Kill a Mockingbird a coming of age novel?
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A 'coming of age' novel portrays the movement of a child into adolescence and the adult perspectives and realities that exist in that world. To Kill a Mockingbird depicts the transition of both Jem and Scout into the often grittier realities of the adult world. 

MHood3 | 1593 days ago