• anonymous
How does the prejudice play a role in both 'To Kill a Mockingbird' and 'Romeo and Juliet' ?
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  • rainbow
Think about how prejudice is demonstrated by people in both books. People hold their negative opinions about certain groups of people (black/white; one family versus another family) based on assumptions and biased generalizations. People are treating one group/family as a whole on hearsay rather than individual, personal interactions. Hope this helps analyzing common themes.

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