How To Kill A Mockingbird Theme Of Equality

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The middle of a novel tends to hold the most girth. It 's past all of the set-up and introductory events that occur in the beggining while errupting with all the problems that the ending wraps up in a neat little bow before the very last sentence. Upon finishing the second third of To Kill A Mockingbird I have realizing all of the intesity within the contents of this novel. It 's expected for a novel set in the 1950 's to involve involuntary racism. Although the opressive words and reasoning is used whenever a person of colour is mentioned, there are undertones that imply the Finch 's are advocates for equality. However that is not enough, this book is very racist and it is a struggle to deal with but it is there and it can 't be
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