Nelle Harper Leeís Philosophy on the Proper Treatment of Human Beings in To Kill A Mockingbird
The 1930ís were a time in which blacks faced many hardships. It was a time in which the Ku Klux Klan had its peak. However, most importantly, it was the time when Nelle Harper Lee, the writer of To Kill A Mockingbird, was being raised. She was raised in a world where ďniggersĒ were the bottom class in
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one thing but make music for us to enjoy. They donít eat up peopleís gardens, donít nest in corncribs, they donít do one thing but sing their hearts out for us. Thatís why itís a sin to kill a mockingbird.Ē Not only is Lee opposed to racism, but her primary message in To Kill a Mockingbird is that racial injustice is a terrible sin. Just like killing a mockingbird.