To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee - A Short Summary & Review

A short summary of To Kill a Mockingbird:

The trial of the town and the failure of its justice.

My favorite Harper Lee quote from the book:

"I think there's just one kind of folks. Folks."

Questions I pondered while reading the book:

Why is bravery attributed only to warriors?

When will justice truly be color-blind?

My review of To Kill a Mockingbird:

I hate to lose.

I hate dumb people.

I hate bullies.

Maycomb would have been quite a trial for me.

*Regularly challenged, be a rebel and read it*


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