I need help with concrete details for my essay.?





This is for to kill a mockingbird.Due to racism, the people of Maycomb did not give Tom Robinson a chance to prove his innocence, because of his skin color.is this right?



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2 Responses to “I need help with concrete details for my essay.?”

  1. longnam says:

    racismIn To Kill a Mockingbird Harper Lee touches on many social questions. Foremost among these is the problem of racism in the southern states of America in the mid 1930s. The focus for this is the charge brought by Bob Ewell against Tom Robinson and the way in which the anti African-American feeling in Maycomb is the cause of animosity towards Atticus and his family because of his defence of Tom. It is manifested in the Cunninghams’ attempt to lynch Tom and Mr Gilmer’s contemptuous cross examination in the courtroom. It is also evident in Aunt Alexandra’s disapproval of Calpurnia and in the hypocritical attitudes of Miss Gates and the ladies of the Missionary Circle.The “rigid and time honoured code” of society was that, while, white people could employ and even exploit African-Americans, there could be no personal relationship between African-Americans and whites and no recognition that African-Americans had the same reactions and feelings as white people. Further, there was an evil assumption “that all Blacks lie, that all Blacks are basically immoral beings”. They certainly did not have the benefit of the supposed impartiality of the law. The Reverend Sykes says, “I ain’t ever seen any jury decide in favour of a coloured man over a white man”. Atticus does not understand “why reasonable people go stark raving mad when anything involving a ***** comes up” and he calls this emotional attitude “Maycomb’s usual disease”. Mr Dolphus Raymond talks about “the hell white people give coloured folks, without even stopping to think that they’re people too.” Atticus fears that “one of these days we’re going to pay the bill for it”.

  2. tract's says:

    The people of Maycomb did not give Tom Robinson a chance to prove his innoncence because they had racist beliefs against Tom’s skin color.