To Kill a Mockingbird

compare and contrast rhe behavior of the white spectators to that of the black spectators.

it is from the novel to kill a mocking bird

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The blacks observing from the balcony displayed far more humility, patience and respect than their white counterparts. The balcony was hot and uncomfortable, none-the-less, that black community that filled it calmly and quietly listened to the slander and racism touted by Mr. Ewell and his lawyer. The white spectators on the first floor were noisy, disrespectful, agitated, and far more interested in the spectacle than seeing justice carried out.


To Kill a Mockingbird