It's 1935, and Scout, a precocious young girl in a southern town, is about to experience events that will affect her entire life. Her father, Atticus, is defending a young black man accused of a grave crime, and this has deeply divided the small town. The ingrained prejudice and hatred is foreign to Scout, and it disturbs her, but the trials and tribulations of both her father and his client, as well as Scout's view of it all, lead to one of the most classic examinations of race relations and the human condition in modern literature.
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