In the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, the setting impacted on most of the actions taken by the major characters. Specifically, the altercations between the major characters were a direct result of the beliefs held by the people in the South during the 1930ís. We see that this holds true in real life as well. Wherever people live, their setting influences most of the actions they make and how they act towards
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made down South. No matter how much you knew that a black man did not do something, he would always be guilty simply because you could never take a black manís word over a white manís word. Therefore, this shows you just how everyone had one way of thinking and no one would change their ways. So, that is how racism was expressed in everyday down South and in To Kill a Mockingbird.