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To Kill A Mocking Bird , Book Report

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"To Kill a Mocking Bird", is a great book by Harper Lee. It is one of the best books I read. Because it has a moral that benefits people and teaches them how to deal with life. There are many themes in this book, but the main one and the most important one is, "Prejudice". This book deals with many lessons in human nature; it also expresses many issues that affect most people throughout their lives. The main character in this book is "Scout". She is the most one affected by these lessons. Scout is an impulsive girl by nature; she keeps rushing into fights and is more emotional ...view middle of the document...

Boo taught Scout how to love, how to fear and how to wonder. The relationship between Boo and the children got closer from the gifts that Boo leaves for them beside a tree. Another character that affected scout's dealing with life is her father, Atticus. He is a much respected man in MayComb County. Atticus is very particular about delivering justice to all people. One of the issues that the book deals with is "Racism". Most of the people in MayComb where racist to black people. However; Atticus did not care about what other thinks of black people, he was just to every one. Atticus affected scout by teaching her how to deal with people by being a bigger person, and how to understand the conflicts of life. Scout was affected by the time she saw her dad in the courtroom , defending Tom Robinson, a young black person, who is honest and helpful but he was unfairly convicted and even found guilty for crime us has not committed. At that time Scout learned the right from wrong, how to speak up for others rights and how to deal with problems. In conclusion, this book shows us the way to deal with life, people and problems. And also teaches how bad racism and how it should be forbidden. Because everyone in this life is the same, we all are human we should not differ between that person or another, and that is what life should teaches everyone.

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