Simon Finch, Miss Merriweather and the Missionary Society, and Miss Gates all show the existence of discriminatory and impartial views that surround the town However they are far less sympathetic to the black people living in Maycomb.
In a southern town still harboring racial tension, young Scout 's simple statement would not be anything short of shocking and alienating.
This is showing the kids that she believes in family pride only when she likes the person shes standing up for, or if it helps her prove her point. They are not worried about the feelings of the black people who work for them or why they might be unhappy only that they themselves find it irritating.
This difference in characterization causes tension to grow between the two as Scout confronts this change in Jem while clinging to her own youthfulness No one is aware of the fact of his innocence, except Atticus.
The story of the novel teaches us many lessons that should last any reader for a lifetime. All rights reserved About Us.Did somebody other than Atticus try to help Tom? His sense of justice has begun to mature. Atticus loses the trial and Tom Robinson, the man who is being accused of rape gets killed by prison guards. The reader will see how they accuse a dark-skinned man of a crime he clearly did not commit. Today we look at Chapters 25 and 26 of "To Kill a Mockingbird. Alas, the inhabitants live and create hypocrisy and inequity without even suspecting it. Inhabitants discuss the poor Africans, a bunch of gossip women even collect money for them. In the aftermath, Atticus becomes the same object of contempt as a black man, Tom.
They talk about Adolph Hitler and the malicious things he did to the Jewish people. Dubose, Mrs.How is the theme of prejudice shown in the novel? Some of the most glaring examples of hypocrisy come from three female characters: Mrs. This is yet another way the youth of the novel is exposed to hypocrisy in an adult world and. No matter how much evidence proved their innocence, if they had been accused of a crime by a white person they would always be found guilty. Question How does Harper Lee use the theme of prejudice in her novel? He and his family are treated as outcasts. He always spoke nicely to me, no matter what folks said he did. In the middle of the book, while Atticus was out of town, Cal led the kids to her church. Reading it again after all these years has made me realize just how much the book helped to change my perception of the world around me. In this book, the reader will face a situation that is full of racism, dissimulation, and injustice. These themes were put in so that the audience could become more empathetic towards the characters, especially the protagonists. This shows how prejudiced some of the white women are. Boo Radley is persecuted and gossiped about because he has not been seen outside his house since he was a teenager. The Mruna tribe never actually existed. Unlike Jem, whose mind is heavy with all that has happened, Scout is still young enough to put it all in the past.