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A Classic To Kill a Mockingbird

Title: A Classic To Kill a Mockingbird
Category: /Literature/Novels
Details: Words: 811 | Pages: 3 (approximately 235 words/page)
A Classic To Kill a Mockingbird
What is a classic? One definition given by the dictionary is: having lasting significance or worth; enduring. When examined closely we can discover what makes the novel unique and memorable. There are many important messages in Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird, which make it memorable to the reader. The main message in this novel is about racism, how people around you, not just parents have a strong influence on you when you are growing …showed first 75 words of 811 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 811 total…was more of a "Negro respecter." Boo Radley is found to be completely different than thought. To Kill A Mockingbird has many important messages that can be taken from it. This is what causes the novel to endure. That is the reason this novel is a "classic" not just because it is a good story and has good characters. One can take something from it that many other novels do not have, real life lessons.

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