Literary Analysis: To Kill A Mocking Bird

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Stephen Galan Pre-AP English I C. Vara February 8, 2017 Fifteen Excellent Examples: Literary Examples Who: “To Kill a Mocking Bird” by Harper Lee When: The Great Depression 1933-1935 What: “To Kill a Mocking Bird” portrays a society that is supremely, staggeringly unfair. The story takes place in the U.S. South in the 1930s in a small town where racism is part of the very fabric of society. Faced with this situation, an equality minded person, is tempted to speak their mind, however keeping their head down until then. Some people in the novel do just that, but few decide to act on the side of justice and equality, even though they think it’s mostly hopeless. “To Kill a Mocking Bird” does not sugarcoat the results, however it does suggest that
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