Atticus's Injustice

analytical Essay
544 words
544 words

A tragic situation takes place in the 1930’s that could lead to a guilty or not guilty verdict of an African American man. In “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee, Atticus is a lawyer living in Alabama who is defending an African American man on a trial for rape. The story takes place in the 19th century when colored men and women weren’t treated equally. I recommend this novel to people who like to read about crime, mystery and who also like a story who gives them some intensity and drama. I’ll point out objectives that I think are the main objective of the book. The first main objective of this book is the injustice of Tom Robinson, an African American man who lived in the 1930’s. It was a time when African Americans were treated unfair …show more content…

He could find great evidence to support Toms innocence. The evidence was so good that the prosecutor was angry and became fierce to a point that he spit on Atticus while he was heading to court. The target audience is for mature readers who like mystery and crime themed novels. This novel has a controlled and intense atmosphere in the middle of the story during the trial of Tom Robinson. In the beginning of the story it has the narrator explain events in the past before the trial begins. Shockingly, after Tom was found guilty, he was shot seventeen times while attempting to escape prison. Also, Ewell the prosecutor was murdered because the act of injustice of an African American man months after the trial ended.In conclusion, the main objectives were the injustice, faith, and hope that Atticus had for Tom Robinson that he would not be convicted of rape. The target audience would be for people who enjoy crime and mystery novels and some intensity. This story is being narrated by a girl who goes by Scout, the father of Atticus. Over all I enjoyed the novel, and the intensity of the story kept me interested and persuaded me to keep reading to find out the ending of the story. The writer succeeded in telling the story to a mature

In this essay, the author

  • Recommends harper lee's "to kill a mockingbird" to people who like to read about crime, mystery, and who also like drama.
  • Analyzes how atticus feels that his client has a good chance of being pardoned through the trial. the target audience is for mature readers who like mystery and crime themed novels.
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