Another thing I have noticed through reading To Kill a Mockingbird is that people back in the 30s were often very quick to judge and make stereotypes. People get judged nowadays and stereotypes are definitely made, but back in the 30s, people were judging and making stereotypes, and then saying them to the person in questions face, this is just so wrong it isn't funny, like fair enough you judge someone, we all do it, but nowadays most of us can keep our mouth shut and keep walking, but back then they couldn’t do that, they always had to make a fuss about it, and in the book Scout often abused people on their family name and even got in brawls with them just because of their family reputation.

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2 years ago

I believe that you have made the cultural assumption clear in your writing. I don't think you wrote enough tho.