Themes of To Kill a Mockingbird

Themes of To Kill a Mockingbird
education
Dewey Decimal System
illiteracy
education and classes
education and racismn
justice and the law
mob law
the trial
Jem and the flowers
tolerance
crime against humantiy
courage
Southern culture
mystery
protestantismn
baptists (SBC)
methodists
violence
Great Depression
rural
agricultural
slow life
Southern Belle
growing up
childhood
bildungsroman
role models
gender
lady
tomboy
hero
courage
innocence
Tom Robinson (?)
Boo Radely
Scout, Jem, Dill
(racial) prejudices
rumors
racismn
segregation
intolerance
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