Prejudice In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Maycomb is prejudice in so many ways. The way they live life is through racism and money. They don't treat black people and poor people right. They humiliate the poor, make fun of negro and negro protectors. White people feel like everything is their property. Prejudice means preconceived opinion that is not based on reason or actual experience. One prejudice thing is how they say that Atticus don’t like guns, but somehow he the best shooter in Maycomb. The kid’s at Scout school were prejudice against her father calling him a “nigger lover.” Then Scout became prejudice against Atticus because she found out that he was protecting a negro. Scout also thought that Atticus didn’t do anything as an old man, she thought Atticus was lame and that he older than most of the parents. She didn’t know that Atticus was a respected lawyer in town.…show more content…
Everybody said that Boo Radley was an meanest and evil person in Maycomb. Atticus told Jem, Scout, and Dill not to near the Radley place at all. Atticus said don't mess or bother with the Radley's family at all. Boo Radley watched people at night which was pretty creepy to me I think. Where I think they thought wrong about Boo Radley that nobody knows him that well, and that he placed a blanket over Scout the day of the fire when Miss Maudie house was on fire. Boo Radley also carved little things for Scout and Jem knowing everyday that they walk by coming from school, which was nice. Boo Radley is thought of in a wrong
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