Essay On Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee

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To Kill A Mockingbird Essay Today, in our world, we can look back and see just how far we have come. We have changed many things, some for the better and others worse. There are some changes that have happened, but they are still not what they could be. An example of this would be race relations, which are relations of members from different races who are in the same countries together. Looking back at the race relations in the United States, it used to be extremely bad how any race other than white was treated. Slowly over time, we have come to get over the fact that not everyone has the same skin color, but it is still far from perfect. Every day, for years now, there are mistreatments, false accusations, biased trials, and God awful behavior, all directed toward those of a different race. Blacks are usually the ones who all of this hatred is forced upon. This world, our world, is filled with all of this hatred by the few who can not realize how equal we are. Everyone is human, yet they can not seem to see that. In the book To Kill A Mockingbird, Harper Lee wrote about her life growing up, and she included the Tom Robinson case. A girl by the name of Mayella Ewell, and her father Bob Ewell accused Tom of raping and hitting Mayella. Tom Robinson told his story and said he did not touch Mayella, but that she tried to touch him. Tom had been nice enough to go inside the Ewell house when Mayella claimed she needed help. As Tom went inside, he immediately started to work. As…

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