To Kill A Mockingbird Growing Up

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To Kill a Mocking Bird - Part of growing up is learning about society, but not necessarily accepting it.

Throughout the plot of To Kill a Mocking Bird many lessons were taught to the main characters, Scout and Jem. At the time their Father was representing a black man in a rape trial. A lot of questions can be brought forth in this situation and time period. One of the major themes of this story is "Part of growing up is learning about society, but not necessarily accepting it." There are many examples of this throughout the story proving this. Both of Atticus 's children had a hard time grasping the cruelties of society. Therefor many situations are brought forth One example of this is when Scout asked why Cecil Jacobs called her family
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