Compare And Contrast Mendez Vs Westminster

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To Kill A Mockingbird , and Mendez v. Westminster are two very different stories. They both have different meanings and different things that they talk about in their stories. Then they have some similarity. They both have a cause and effect, but most of all they both have some Coming Of Age. To Kill A Mockingbird is an book that has been published by Harper Lee. It has became both an instant bestseller and a critical success when it was first published in 1960. Something that Harper Lee always considered was for her story to be a simple love story. Compassionate, dramatic, and deeply moving, To Kill A Mockingbird takes readers to the roots of human behavior to innocence and experience,kindness and cruelty, love and hatred, humor and pathos. This is mostly talking more about the book. Most of this will be coming from the book and the back of the book that I just summarized and put together. Mendez v. Westminster is an short story that talks about Unusual Trial Evidence, U.S District Court Decision, U.S Court of Appeals Decision, Setting the stage for Brown v. Board of Education, and About Sylvia Mendez. This story is about Ms. Mendez that carries…show more content…
Scout’s Aunt Alexandra want her to be more like a girl and start dressing like one." Women were treated as delicate, fragile creatures, and they were expected to act with that treatment. Scout was anything but delicate and fragile, and a good deal of the story focuses on her attempts to fit into a world that expects tomboys to wear frilly dresses and maintain a dainty disposition. Scout always like hanging with the boys and she really didn’t like wearing girl clothes. Then Most of this info will be coming from:
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