To Kill A Mockingbird Life Lessons

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In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, written by Harper Lee there are a plethora of life lessons taught . This is a very inspiring novel to learn from . This novel has won the awards for the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and also the Quill Award for Audio Book . This book is woven around a small town conflict . The book is made up of two parts , the first part is mainly about the Radley’s house , while the second half focuses on Tom Robinson’s trial . Some of the most controversial lessons taught in this novel are to stay true to yourself , have courage , and to not harm others if they have not harmed anyone .

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