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Which universal theme is evident in this story? the consequences of rage and revenge the conflict between imagination and reality the relationship between cruelty and masculinity the coexistence of good and evil (Note: This is a synopsis of the novel To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.) Scout and Jem Finch are fascinated with their neighbor Boo Radley, who is rarely seen outside his house. Their father, Atticus Finch, is in charge of defending Tom Robinson, a black man who is accused by Bob Ewell of rape. Scout and Jem know that the story has been fabricated

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