To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

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From a novel you have studied select what you consider to be the crucial or key scene in the novel?Describe the scene and say why you consider it to be crucial. be the crucial or key one(finishes...

From a novel you have studied select what you consider to be the crucial or key scene in the novel?Describe the scene and say why you consider it to be crucial.

be the crucial or key one(finishes from above)
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For me, the most riveting scene is found in Chapter 18. Scout, Jem, Dill, and arguably even Atticus, and especailly Tom, learn the hard lesson of life, that innocence and justice may not always prevail. This Chapter exposes the lies of the accusers, allows Scout, Jem and Dill to see Atticus both as a professional and as a human being. Further, we begin to feel the exhaustion Atticus feels in battling a corrupt culture.

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