Common Human Experiences
In To Kill A Mockingbird there are three common human experiences. All of these common human
experiences act as learning experiences for the narrator of the story, Scout.
The main common human experience of the novel is prejudice. Scout has many confrontations with
prejudice throughtout the novel. There are many levels and divisions in the characters such as race, sex, and social status. With all of these levels and divisions there is
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third common human experience of the story is a right of passage. Scout goes through a right of passage and becomes more mature through a number of learning experiences throughout the novel. She learns to look at situations through other peoples eyes and Atticus taught her to respect all people regardless of their color, sex or social status. These and many other experiences help scout to achieve a better understanding of the enviroment around her.