Maycomb is believed to be a replica, of the town Monroeville where the author Harper Lee grew up. But from the very young age, Jean Louise and Jem strive to have kind feelings, clear head and firm hand like their father.
In a public appeal for an era of tolerance, Harper Lee attacks Southern racism through Scout Finch's narration of her father's failure to correct a corrupt legal system dominated by prejudiced citizens seeking to There are three main types of prejudice: racial prejudice, social prejudice and religious prejudice.
Scout moves up a level in this system when she applies pre-known knowledge and analyzes situations.
The Cunningham's show the respectability of hard worker or, where as Ewells are considered lazy. During the trial, Mayella was overwhelmed by emotions.
Another symbol of the necessity for change in Maycomb is the fire engine. However, we constantly meet it in everyday life. In To Kill a Mockingbird, certain divisions in society cause inequality in the town of Maycomb, and the characters and the reader both learn important lessons.