We have already submitted the basic idea– Topic #2: The Various Forms of Discri

We have already submitted the basic idea– Topic #2: The Various Forms of Discrimination in To Kill a
Mockingbird
The most obvious form of discrimination in To Kill a Mockingbird is racism;
however, there are other types of prejudice and discrimination that typify
relationships among the novel’s characters. Scout, for example, is ridiculed in
To Kill a Mockingbird because she is a tomboy. Boo Radley is ostracized despite
the fact that hardly anyone knows him. Reverse racism is also present in the
novel, as evidenced by the threats against Atticus Finch and his family as he
defends Tom Robinson. Take one or more of the forms of discrimination in To
Kill a Mockingbird and write an analytic essay in which you explain the forms
and, if applicable, compare and contrast the types of discrimination. You
should argue whether the lessons about discrimination that Scout learns are
applicable to all types of prejudice, or whether they apply to racism alone.

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