Harper Lee - To Kill a Mockingbird.pdf (eBook)

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In To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee visualized many issues and perspectives that existed during the Great Depression. Although the novel takes a fictional town as its setting (Maycomb, Alabama), all that Lee captured and told in the story is nothing but the actual and factual situation in America during the Great Depression. Through main character, the six-year-old Scout Finch, is the narrator and she brings readers to experience the life of a "dying town" where job was hard to find, economy was at the most difficult point, and social norms, especially regarding racial issues or stereotypes, were on a turning point.

Those are seriously serious matters, but the way Harper Lee wrote took readers' views through "the eyes" of Scout Finch makes the story warm and sometimes amusing. Scout Finch's father, Atticus, is lawyer and recently took he a case to defend an African American who was mistakenly being accused of raping a white girl. Both Scout and Atticus are on missions dealing with social discrimination and stereotype. While her father is trying to "fight against" the racial perspective of the society, Scout and her older brother, Jem, are on their own case to reveal the mysterious character of Boo, their neighbor, who is being viewed as "monster" in their neighborhood.

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October 5, 2012 at 3:05 AM
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