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Prejudices in Society and Law Society Harper Lees To Kill a Mockingbird uses crowds to help develop its theme The townspeople represented how people go in favor of the more popular side Most people will go on this side because the benefits will go to the people They can also fear that having a different opinion will make a bad impression of themselves In To Kill a Mockingbird the townspeoples narrow-mindedness didnt allow them to think like free-thinkers They never went outside the boundaries of Maycomb County which limited their knowledge to that which they already knew The townspeople were all brought up under the same beliefs Since the town is in the middle of nowhere they receive no new ideas or information All this is accountable for the narrow-mindedness of the town Harper Lee uses the townspeople to show how narrow-mindedness leads to uniform thinking This way of thinking leads to the majority always going on the same side Anyone with a different opinion cannot speak up because nobody else will support him All of the other people believe him wrong because they grew up thinking that their ways are correct Therefore the majority in To Kill a Mockingbird always beat the minority because the majoritys facts are based on ideas that everyone has Society should not think selfishly but about how problems should be fixed They should think of solutions in terms of themselves and especially how everyone else will be affected In this piece the crowd shows how different parts of society work Society is a selfish narrow mind group of people at times There are many ways though that this can improve Impressions along with misunderstanding and prejudgment cause unjust discrimination against individuals To Kill A Mockingbird depicts the themes of misunderstanding and prejudice which portray Arthur Boo Radley and Tom Robinson When Jem and Scout Finch receive their first longed-for air
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