To Kill A Mockingbird Discriminatory

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The discriminatory opinions and prejudices of individuals and society can be challenged through the perspectives of the innocent. The innocent have the potential to alter antipathetic perceptions of society as they've not been corrupted by inherent prejudices. Harper Lee explores this concept in her novel, To Kill A Mockingbird, through the perspective of the protagonist 'Scout', a young girl growing up surrounded by bigotry. Harper Lee utilises symbolism in the naming of the young female protagonist 'Scout'. Lee is symbolising how a child's innocent perspective on the world has the potential to guide the way to a less discriminatory society while also portraying they have the capacity to do so. Harper Lee further amplifies this idea in the

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