Exploration the Theme of Prejudice in Harper Lee's
To Kill A Mockingbird
Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird is set in Maycomb county, Alabama during the 1930s. The main theme is in the form of prejudice; age, gender, race, and the classification of people according to their social class. Prejudice is very well explored in this novel, especially racism. During the 1930s blacks were highly discriminated and life was also hard in those days, due
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a way so that they will not be prejudiced toward other people later on in their life. If only everyone was raised that way. Boo Radley, Dolphus Raymond, Tom Robinson, and other characters in the novel represent victims of prejudice in our lives. Harper Lee is trying to tell us is that we could make this world a better place if there wasn't any prejudice, and it is up to us to make it happen.