To Kill A Mockingbird A Timeless Classic Analysis

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I would definitely agree with the majority of people when they call To Kill A Mockingbird a “timeless classic”. This novel brings many lessons and morals to my life. One lesson it has taught me is to put myself in another's place before I judge them. Several times throughout the book, the author mentions the idea of putting yourself in another’s shoes before you come to a conclusion about them. Near the very beginning of the book, Atticus gives Scout and the readers valuable advice when he says, “You never really understand a person until you consider things from their point of view...until you climb into his skin and walk around in it”. An additional lesson I have come to realize is the existence of good and bad. Throughout the novel, good
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