To Kill a Mockingbird

How does the novel to kill a mockingbird reflect to a specific historical and cultural context?


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To Kill a Mockingbird reflects the Great Depression in the 1930s, and the race relations in the South during that period. Lee portrays racial injustice and prejudice that she saw first hand as a child. She also intersperses her feelings on Civil Rights, something that was making history at the time she wrote the novel.


To Kill a Mockingbird