To Kill A Mockingbird Racial Injustice Analysis

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Scout, the main protagonist of to kill a mockingbird, evolved from being innocent and oblivious to the racial injustices that were prevalent in the town of which she lived. Throughout the course of the novel racial injustice was a very large theme, although scout herself might have been completely oblivious to it. A good example was when the gang led by Mr. Cunningham was going to lynch Tom Robinson, for the rape of Mayella Ewell, without due process of the law for the simple reason of his complexion. Scout seemed perplexingly unaware of the social injustices taking place all around her. So much so that when the other children were making fun of her she didn’t even know what the meaning of their insults were. This is proven
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