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Rezension bezieht sich auf: To Kill a Mockingbird (Taschenbuch)
To Kill a Mocking Bird This unforgettable classic by Harper Lee features a little girl around nine whom throughout this book matures and develops in significant ways. She learns all about prejudiced people through the town's folk when a young black man is accused of raping a young white woman. No matter how innocent the boy who is accused of rape is, the people of the town are so prejudiced that they will not listen. They believe that just because this young man is black, he is guilty beyond a doubt. The reader will also cross some details such as a better understanding of life in general. Scout learns not only by her teacher, or father, but by her brother, town's people, and especially Boo Radley that one must understand something to criticize it. Scout Finch is put into a position of major responsibility in these depressed times in southern Alabama. This book traces her ongoing development in what really is an incredible charge.
When Scout Finch first hears about Tom Robinson and the crime he committed, she believes he should be prosecuted for his actions. What she later found out was that her father was defending the man she had so wrongly judged. Predigest was a word that Scout Finch had not ever heard, nor had she felt guilt's for feeling what she did not know was wrong. She was, weather she consciously know it or not, guilty of being prejudiced against black people. When kids at her school called her the daughter of a "Nigger Protector" she went home and questioned her father on the matter. Her father being so unprejudiced said" don't use that word, its not right" and that "all people are equal and should not be judged by the color of their skin." He was very serious on the matter and made it very clear that he hoped Scout would be to. "No matter what anybody says to you, don't let them get your goat." From this aspect of the book, The author shows how Scout Finch was just starting to understand the use of race, and prejudiced amount people.
When Scout Finch and her brother had to go to a black church due to absence of her father, she is greeted with a surprising welcome. "What you doing bringin white chillin into a Nigger church?" One person, Lula, found it very distasteful to bring white children, into a black church. Now most of these people where not insulted to see that Calpurnia had done this, one man even stood up to welcome them. These people, who have been mistreated, insulted, wrongly judged, and over all disliked just because they are black, welcome the children in with no hatred in there mind. The reverend of this church was very friendly to the Finch children and treated them as if they were regular common black children. This is just one incident of how these so wrongly treated people could be so warm to the wrong doers.