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To Kill a Mockingbird: GCSE Coursework The subject of bias is central to the novel. A variety of personalities are discriminated against. Making close attention to the text discuss what you think Harper Lee wants us to understand about society as exemplified in her book 'To Kill a Mockingbird' place in 1930's America. In this essay I will present my opinions about why in 'To Kill a Mockingbird', Harper Lee included a great deal of bias and contentious problems in the 1930's. Also I will learn more about the thoughts of why she'd need the readers of the book in future generations to learn about the types of society in America in the 1930's. I feel that the book 'To Kill a Mockingbird' has lots of different methods of showing prejudice. Among the principal screens of bias in the publication is the court case and the apparent rape of Mayella Ewell that Tom Robinson is mechanically convicted and accused of simply because he is black. In this 1930's society white men and women are considered over black people as black men and women are thought to be untrustworthy automatically because of their race. Because the book is set in the 1930's in America that the racism in the society isn't as strong as it was but it's still around and people can't expect black individuals as far as white individuals just due to principle, for instance the jury at the court case probably wish to say that Tom Robinson isn't guilty but due to the society and the principle that they can't. I think that Harper Lee wanted readers to learn about the seriousness of racism from the 1930's and the court case of Tom Robinson allows Harper Lee to reveal it, by showing the prosecution have to say that Tom Robinson is accountable because of the society even when they probably are aware there's no re...