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biography) She grew up to be known as t... ... middle of paper ... ...n. 2014. . Lee Harper. To Kill a Mockingbird. New York: New York, 1960. Linder, Douglas O.
Even though there were a few that lived in the black communities, they were not thought highly of. The two women's names were Victoria Price and Ruby Bates. During the court case, “Another witness claimed that he had let Price use a room for prostitution and that she turned down a white man once because it was ‘Negro night’" (Greatest). Ruby Bates’ situation was not much bet... ... middle of paper ... ...onvicted of a crime that he didn’t commit, which eventually led to his death. The town of Maycomb committed a sin, by killing a mockingbird.
She is introduced to racism and stereotypes. Scout learns that not everything is what it seems because of these prejudicial thoughts. There is the unfair trial of Tom Robinson and Mayella Ewell in Maycomb that opens her eyes to realize her little town is not as innocent as she believed it was. In the timeless classic To Kill a Mockingbird Harper Lee demonstrates the prejudicial thinking of the 1930’s through the trial of Tom Robinson and Mayella Ewell. Atticus, Scouts father, acts as a non-racist role model for he puts his morals before social standings.
“On Reading To Kill a Mockingbird: Fifty Years Later.” Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird: New Essays. Meyer, Michael J. Lanham, Md: Scarecrow Press, 2010. 113-127. Print.
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