Essay On Gender Stereotypes In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Maycomb County, Alabama presents itself as a slow, small county filled with a close and nice community. Withal hidden is a mean, discriminating society who refuse to change their views. Dill is ashamed for having divorced parents, the whole town will think he's unloved and inordinate and he won't be accepted by the children. The Cunningham's aren't known as just the Cunningham's throughout the town they are the poor, starving, hungry family. Scout has been witnessing the gender stereotypes and inequality at a young age, she feels shame for being degraded for being unique. Nevertheless, this is all on the side of the severe racism. All people discriminate and give labels that for them, define the being. If this society hadn't "refused

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