Theme Of Shoes In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Have you ever had a hard time understanding how some else could do something? In To Kill A Mockingbird written by Harper Lee several themes appear. These themes can be found in certain characters or events. The characters are forced to walk in other people’s shoes in order to understand them else better. The main theme conveyed in To Kill A Mockingbird is that in to better understand why someone does something or says something then one must walk in their shoes. An example of this taken place is when a young boy from Scout’s class comes over. He is from a very poor family and doesn’t get to eat very much. Scout invited him over specifically to have you be able to eat. When they are sitting down and eating, Scout notices that he is pouring