Maturity in The Book to Kill a Mockingbird

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To Kill A Mockingbird The book To Kill a Mockingbird, written by Harper Lee, is considered to be a timeless classic that deals with such sensitive themes such as: prejudice, human dignity, social classes, and maturity. Maturity, that word has a different meaning for all of us. Maturity as I see it is an understanding that comes to people with experience and not age but the two usually seem to go together, but not always. …

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…obvious to see how the people of Maycomb matured in this book. From little Jem Finch to the whole county of Maycomb. It is interesting to see the changes in the various characters and how some maturity comes almost instantly to others from an experience they had in the novel. It is quite obvious to see that maturity comes from one’s experiences and not the amount of time that has passed in their life.