To Kill A Mockingbird (4/8)

In the Post-Depression Deep South, compassionate lawyer Atticus Finch takes on the case of Tom Robinson, a black man accused of raping a white woman. While the town raises their pitchforks with racist fury, Atticus must not only try to prove Tom’s innocence, but also teach his two young children about racism in the community. 

Perhaps the most well-known legal drama ever written, Harper Lee’s masterpiece not only became a Pulitzer Prize winner, but remains a mainstay of English classes in both high schools and colleges. 

Written by Josh Wagner

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