The Adventures Of Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee
end of the book. In To Kill a Mockingbird, the protagonist, Scout Finch, changes in that vital way. Written by Harper Lee, 1930-era Maycomb County is plagued by racism, prejudice, and hypocrisy. With this atmosphere, Scout and the people around her struggle to keep their own morals intact. Scout learns the true reality that the world has to offer, both respectable and wicked aspects.
Racism is constant in our world, and it certainly is also constant in To Kill a Mockingbird. Being in the 1930s in