To What Extent Was Tom Robinson Trial In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Tom Robinson's character arc begins with being accused of a crime he did not commit. Tom Robinson was described as a kind and hard-working man who would often work for his white neighbor, Mayella Ewell, because he believed, as a black man, he should help her in whatever way he could. These acts of kindness were not only because of his race but also because he truly wanted to help his neighbor.
Bob Ewell, the father of Mayella Ewell, accused Tom of rape even though there was no evidence to warrant his claims. After Bob Ewell accused Tom of rape, his life became much worse.
During the trial, it was portrayed that Tom was a victim of racism and prejudice. Throughout the trial, Atticus provided irrefutable evidence that proved that Tom was

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