The novel To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee takes a reality look at life in the South and 1930s. The trial in this book is affected by setting and changes the result of the trial, Atticus, and how people saw their views of life. Atticus, Scout, and Boo are each affected by a small town attitude, along with the trial and everyone's reaction to the conviction. There are simple and complex ways that setting
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importance of the trial, the stress Atticus has to put up with, and it also changes their mood shown by their tributes to Atticus. Segregation is important to the story, because it shows true meaning of unfairness. A small town attitude is important because it shows how fast word will spread and how greatly it can affect even the smallest details. Setting varies in all different kinds of ways, and it also varies in outcomes.