Conflicts In To Kill A Mockingbird
What are some conflicts in To Kill a Mockingbird?
Find conflicts within the book.
A central conflict of the story is the racism apparent in Maycomb. Atticus is teaching his children to treat everyone equally despite the racism of their town, and he is defending an innocent black man, who ultimately suffers due to the racial bias of the jury. There are other conflicts too, especially the fear surrounding Boo, as well as Mayella's relationship with her father. Various other characters also have their own quarrels with others in the town.