Justice In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Justice is one of the most important themes in to kill a mocking bird. Justice plays a major role throughout the entire film/novel. Its focal point is the trial of Tom Robinson, black man accused with the rape of a white girl, Mayella Ewell. Harper Lee portrays the legal system realistically; She shows that is not always fair especially in 1932 which was the year the event was occurring.Many innocent characters are entitled to injustice. some include Boo Radley, Mayella Ewell , Jem Finch and mostly Tom Robinson . Very little Justice is served in To Kill a Mockingbird because during that period in the Southern U.S discrimination and racism was dominant, mostly because the community was unable, or refused to stand in other's