Provincialism In To Kill A Mockingbird

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People has provincial attitudes are evil and dangerous to varying degrees.

Provincialism is a manner of expression beliefs or mindset particular to a special region and not commonly used outside that region, therefore not fashionable or sophisticated. It can be dangerous as time goes by. In To Kill A Mockingbird, there three examples of how provincialism can be dangerous: Mrs. Dubose, Gangs of men, and Bob Ewell. This novel clearly reflects racism that was popular during 1930s. In this time, the discrimination against black people was harsh, and people think poorly of black people. In To Kill A Mockingbird, white citizens believe that black people always commit crimes. First, Mrs. Dubose was mean to the Finch family because Atticus defends Tom Robinson. She insults Atticus in front of their children. Second, the gangs of men believe Tom Robinson is guilty because he is black. They are more violent to him and treat him like a slave. Third, Bob Ewell is an evil man. He raped and assaults his daughter, but he
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Lee Ewell is one of the best dangerous person in Maycomb. He always drunk whiskey. He has no money, no education, and no breeding. His thoughts are rotten enough to not be able to think of others. His daughter was raped from Mr. Ewell. And He laid his sins at Tom Robinson threshold for money. Mr. Ewell’s story didn’t add up. And he angrily shout “I seen that black nigger yonder ruttin’ on my Mayella!”(173). He lame to lie what does he did. Atticus proved Mayella ewell approach sexually by Tom then she was got her father saw it also become clear that in the course of a trial. Bob Ewell attacked on Jem and Scout when they walked at the Halloween pageant. “He slowly squeezed the breath out of me. I could not move. Suddenly he was jerked backwards and flung on the ground, almost carrying me with him. I thought, Jem's up”(262). He was trying to hurt the innocent children after he humiliated at trial. Obviously, all his fault. If he
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