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Wat I Have To Rite A Paper?

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OH man this is bogus, i just need to have a look as some essays to get an idead of what to write the whole problem is that i suck as english and only needed some ideas and help.

Is this enough?
heres my last english assignment anyway it realy sucks but here ya go. ps tips on where im going wrong would be apreaciated.

To Kill a Mocking Bird

The popular novel “To Kill a Mocking Bird” by Harper Lee is famous for the impact that it made in regards with the civil rights movement in the 1960s. The novel deals this the issue of racism and discrimination against African Americans and the need for equality and justice among the races. The context of the ...view middle of the document...

Atticus puts forward an image of hope and change from these old ways that no one has done before him.

The novel “To Kill a Mocking Bird” has almost two, very similar, story lines in it. The way that Scout, Jem and Dill are ignorant of Boo Radley and they way that he lives differently is very similar to the way that the town is ignorant of black people forgetting that they are people too. The morel difference of the story is that Scout comes to accept Boo Radley as another human being. The town on the other hand don’t seem to resolve their dispute with black people but are left with the thought that maybe black people should have a fair trial and should be treated the same as everybody else.
Looking at my background it is not surprising that I discourage any and all signs of racism and that prejudice is not something that I would normally accept. Reading “To Kill a Mocking Bird” only reinforced this attitude that I have more so, as well as forcing me to reject the life style and attitude of the people of Maycomb as a stereotypical southern American town in the 1930s.

My understand of the context from the setting and time in which, “To Kill a Mocking Bird” by Harper Lee, is set is that before the civil rights movement was introduced and the Jim Crow laws where very much still in affect, a black man despite being innocent can be...

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