Racism in Harper Lee's To kill a mockingbird

Format: Print Book 2008
Availability: Available at 1 Library 3 of 3 copies
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CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Non-fiction PS3562.E353 T645 2008
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor - Non-fiction
 
Call Number  PS3562.E353 T645 2008
 
 
CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Non-fiction PS3562.E353 T645 2008
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor - Non-fiction
 
Call Number  PS3562.E353 T645 2008
 
 
CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Non-fiction PS3562.E353 T645 2008
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor - Non-fiction
 
Call Number  PS3562.E353 T645 2008
 
 
Summary
Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel To Kill a Mockingbird is taught in classrooms nationwide and is widely hailed as one of literature's most compelling depictions of racism in the South. This informative edition presents essays that examine racism and other related issues in To Kill a Mockingbird, discussing such topics as new and old Southern values, and the connection between class, gender, and racial prejudice. Modern perspectives on race issues are presented as well, allowing the reader to create a link between the themes of the text and the realities of today's world.
Additional Information
Series Social issues in literature.
Subjects Lee, Harper. -- To kill a mockingbird.
Racism in literature.
Justice in literature.
Publisher Detroit :Greenhaven Press,2008
Contributors Mancini, Candice.
Language English
Description 209 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 195-198) and index.
ISBN 9780737739046 (pbk.)
0737739045 (pbk.)
9780737739008
0737739002
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