To Kill A Mockingbird Challenges Essay

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Humanity, its choices, and its challenges
Can the decisions we in our lives mold us to who we are and for what we will be remembered for when our time passes? Good and evil can shape and mold us into many things that we use to us define as people or even as a species. In To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, characters in the story have made the choice to follow good or evil, equality or racism, and these ideas helped shape the characters and people of that time period that we know in the story and give reason to why they are motivated to the things they do in the story. The influences these people had during their time period of the 1930s and challenges also contributed to the motivation of their actions and opinions, whether it was good
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A precise example of these challenges being during this time is shown in during The Great Depression when people faced great challenges and also caused suffering to others during this time period. “For those who were lucky enough to remain employees, wages fell and buying power decreased” (The Great Depression). The Great Depression was a hard time for people just to survive as wages fell and jobs are lost. These are some of the many challenges that people faced during this timer period and it destroyed and divided many small town in the US like Maycomb, destroying its economy and causing the people to face diifficult challenges during this time period. Furthermore another great example of the challenges people faced during this time period is shown when Atticus makes a comment about Tom Robinson and his case. “Which gentlemen, we know is in itself a lie as black as Tom Robinson’s skin, I do not have to point out to you, you know the truth, and the truth is this: some negroes lie, some Negroes are not to be trusted around women-black or white. But this is a truth that applies to the human race and to no particular race of men. Theere is not a living thing who has vener looked upon a woman without
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