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To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
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Sep 17, 11

bookshelves: great-fiction

I found this book very warming (with the random puncture of malice and ignorance). The protagonist Scout's world is the point of view that turns a standard tale of injustice into something very powerful. There are some insights into the cause of Maycomb Town's integral racism, but I am still at a loss for the inclusion of Boo Radley, is he an opposition of Tom Robinson, both imprisoned? One very black the other very white? Both outside society?
Anyway, there is lots to read into this great book and it is a great read.
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