The Theme Of Stereotypes In 'To Kill A Mockingbird'

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Alex Ferdinand December 3, 2015

To kill a mockingbird is a novel to talks about all different kind of stereotypes. The book takes place in the 30’s during the great depression and the author uses a young girl's perspective to show how these stereotypes are used so often and how terrible there were. Themes such as racism and sexism are portrayed by the author in creative ways. To kill a mockingbird is very much still relevant to today's society in a rascism point of view. The reason to kill a Mockingbird is relevant today is because of the growing revival of racism in our country. The authors purpose of the novel was to spread knowledge of racism in the south and to stop the things that happen today. As racism becomes more common
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