In this critically acclaimed book, readers embark on a journey that helps them understand the racial difficulties between Blacks and Whites in the 1930's.  The main characters in this book fully support our protagnist, Atticus Finch. Atticus fights for Tom Robinson's rights as a black man. He is falsely accused of raping a white woman- Mayella Ewell.

Despite Atticus' relentless efforts, he has little luck in serving justice to Tom and his family. Tom succumbs to his fate and leaves his wife and children to struggle through poverty and misfortune. Readers learn about the ups and downs and injustices once present in American Society through this revealing novel by Harper Lee.

A classic book for adolescents and adults alike!

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