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To Kill a Mockingbird

To Kill A Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, was set in the town of Maycomb, Alabama. It was the 1930's, merely after the Great Depression. There was a lot of segregation and racism of blacks. Many of the families struggled for money. The fortunate people of Maycomb had cars, but most of them still had horses.
The class structure in Maycomb beganfirst with Atticus Finch, then Maudie Atkinson, then The Radleys, then The Cunninghams, then The Ewells, and then the blacks. Above all, Atticus Finch was the most well rounded and respected man in the town. He was a lawyer with two kids and had a positive attitude. His two kids were Jim and Scout Finch. They were both mischievous and adventurous. The most important characters in the novel were Tom Robinson and Boo Radley. Tom Robinson was a black man. He was a big man but also hard working and honest. Boo Radley was a lonely man. He was locked away when he got in trouble by the state and was threatened to be sent away. But his father said that Boo would never come out again as long as he didn't get sent away. He didn't hurt anyone but the town seemed to be scared of him. Some of the other characters that were in the story were Dill- Jim and Scout's friend, Miss Maudi Atkinson- neighbor to the Atticus, friendly, doesn't judge people, Uncle Jack- doctor, Mrs. Dubose- old, sick, mean, Heck Tate- sheriff of Maycomb, Aunt Alexandra- Atticus' sister, Bob Ewell- poor, white trash, Mayella Ewell- daughter of Bob Ewell, accuses Tom of raping her, Francis- Jem and Scout's cousin, Miss Caroline- Scout's teacher, and Calpurnia- Atticus' black house keeper.
To Kill A Mocking bird was about life after the Great Depression. There were actually two story lines in this novel. Thefirst one was about Tom Robinson. It began with Atticus given the role of defending Tom. Of course, after the Great Depression there was much racism, so Atticus was

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