Race, Class, and Gender in To Kill a Mockingbird

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In the second video in a series about To Kill A Mockingbird, the narrator considers how Harper Lee uses the contrast between Scout's attitudes and those of the people of Maycomb to critique the ingrained southern attitudes toward race and gender. Green argues that Scout's real education is learning to imagine others' complexly.

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