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Prejudice as the most important them in Harper Lee's TKM

Discuss why prejudice in the MOST important theme presented in TKM. State the theme in its proper form and cite specific examples( 2 in each body paragraph) Make sure the theme is a full, universal statement. Commentary must explain why this theme is the most importatn
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