June 13, 2000
To Kill a Mockingbird:
Themes within the Text
The novel To Kill a Mockingbird is a rich text consisting of themes that were the harsh reality of the novelís setting; rural Alabama during the 1930ís. Racism, discrimination, prejudice, and hatred are all among the issues that author Harper Lee deals with. In addition to these weighty and unsettling topics in the novel, Miss Lee revolves her plot around the
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lawyer, one who would have just gone through the motions of due process. But Judge Taylor personally asked Atticus to take it. The judge knew how good a man and a lawyer Atticus was and that justice needed to be served.
In conclusion, there are many outstanding themes and issues that Miss Lee presents in her novel To Kill a Mockingbird that make it nothing short of an amazing and brilliant work of classical literature.