Critical book review of to kill a mockingbird
To Kill a Mockingbird is one of those books that almost everyone reads at some point in their lives. The theme of morals is apparent throughout the whole novel, especially in relation to religion and perception of sin. Lee examines racism and other prejudices through a page turning story told in a wonderful, Southern voice. Lee writes wonderfully, in the voice of a Southern child. The story is easy to read and the action is entertaining.
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