How Did Atticus Die For Justice Or In Vain

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His last breath came after running away from assumed persecution, but did he die for justice or in vain? The novel To Kill a Mockingbird written by award winning author Harper Lee, exposes and critiques racism. A small town divided by race in Maycomb, Alabama has a controversial court case in their hands. The book begins by introducing a lawyer named Atticus. Atticus is a white man who has a heart for justice and equality. Throughout the novel you learn about a court case Atticus was assigned to. On one side of the case is a young African American man who is fighting for his life after being accused of assault by a young girl named Mayella Ewell. Being in a time when white people were superior to blacks and other races in general Tom has
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