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17 April, 11:33

What does the author suggest about the South, where the story is set, by his choice of details about the setting?

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  1. 17 April, 12:50
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    I think it's that the south is violent and angry about the civil war
  2. 17 April, 13:13
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    In to kill a mockingbird the setting is so important it describes her childhood and it gives you a time and period and what was normal at that time it gives you foreshadowing.
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