Further up north, the Courthouse and the town square were located. Harper Lee uses Maycomb County as a microcosm, or a small entity that represents something much larger, for racial issues happening in the Deep South and in the United States at large. He put on a coat and hat, went outside to see what it was and to his surprise saw nothing. Their homes no longer stand, but other landmarks persist, those of Maycomb, the fictional setting of To Kill A Mockingbird. The father of the Radley family has just passed away. There were 2,656 households out of which 28.
Maycomb is deeply divided along the lines of race. Alabama Avenue, being neighbours with the Haverford family and with Ms. For every 100 females, there were 87. That's why it's a sin to kill a mockingbird. In the city, the population was spread out with 24. She enjoys playing with Dill and Jem but even they start to reject because of her being a girl. The objective is obviously to refine the classes and keep them pure.
At the top of Maycomb County's social pyramid are families like the Finches. Maycomb County was the fictional county in which the book was set. There are no nearby towns or villages so are very alone. Almost all of the urban area lies on fine sandy loam. She is fortunate, as Atticus does not treat her as a servant; he treats her as an equal, knowing full well that he could not manage without her. Jem destroys them one day, his consequence is that he has to go read to her everyday for a month. Maycomb has a rigid social hierarchy: educated white families at the top followed by uneducated rural families, the Ewells, and then African Americans.
But, she has a morphine addiction. The novel To kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee is a masterpiece that takes readers to explore how human behave. The society is more the broader, less specific sub category for Maycomb, something more specific would be community. Maycomb County was deeply divided on the issue of racial equality, much like the rest of the South. Oh, and it also has morphine-addicted old ladies; abusive families living by the dump; and a pretty nasty racial divide. Harper Lee presents Maycomb society as two split communities, attempting to join together, but failing. According to the , the city has a total area of 13.
We drive capital toward effective solutions for underserved communities, using data and rigorous analysis to guide our decisions. Harper Lee could have set To Kill a Mockingbird in any number of counties or towns in the Deep South, so why would she choose to invent one instead? Located in the deep south of the united states in Alabama, as the newspaper of Mobile County is referenced, Maycomb County is presumptively close to it. Do people just see what they expect to see? Scout Finch shares with readers right off the bat, 'Maycomb was an old town, but it was a tired old town when I first knew it. The defeat of the National Recovery Act in the Supreme Court in 1935, for instance, is mentioned in Chapter 27 of the novel, when Scout is eight—about two years older than at the start of the novel. You could not go to town without passing her house and spotting her on her front porch. They live near the dump, almost in it.
Source s To Kill A Mockingbird. And who could blame them? If the middle-class society wanted to know information, or generally gossip they knew from Miss Stephanie they could get most of it. It is barely a house, and is behind a dumster. Maycomb Times was informed that last night around nine fire light in Miss Maudie's house. The size of the town means that people gossip a lot and nothing stays a secret for long. In 1847, the courthouse burned down and the only thing that remained was the pillars, the new courthouse was rebuilt around it. The result is that families are repeated in each generation with similar attitudes and character shadings.
Though this may not be necessarily true, the situation is going to be taken to court to get the facts straight. Blacks and whites didn't socialize, attend the same functions, and a white man's word would always be taken over a black mans. In order to concentrate on writing Harper Lee gave up her position and moved into a cold-water apartment with makeshift furniture. In rainy weather the streets turned to red slop. Scout Finch is a six year old narrator.
It suffers badly from the depression because of this. The Cunninghams and the Ewells have two very distinct and opposite reputations. The blacks themselves are presented as dignified, honourable and clean-living people but are treated very badly. We have many stores and shops for visitors and citizens of this town. Dubose lives two houses to the north of the finch's. There were different perspectives back then. She is extremely mean and yells at the kids whenever they pass her house.