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No one can really understand how another feels until they take a walk in their shoes.This along with many other life lessons are taught in Harper Lee;s novel To Kill A Mockingbird, where some characters achieve the ability to walk in each other;s shoes.The novel takes place in Maycomb County, Alabama, where social conflicts occur in the world of a young girl named Scout Finch.As the story develops, Scout goes through steps that make her grow emotionally.Her growing is associated with the struggle of prejudice and the achievement of understanding others.
As Scout grows she learns of the prejudice in her town and it helps her develop as a person.Scout witnesses her own family members prejudging her father, Atticus.Scout;s cousin Francis says to her that her father is a ;nigger-lover; because he is defending the case of Tom Robinson.He adds more to it by saying how it will ;ruin the family,;(83) but Scout answers with, ;I don;t know what you;re talking about.;(83)Scout obviously does not understand the term, but soon learns the meaning of it from Atticus.She is aware of how Atticus defending the case causes ignorance and accusations to stir up in Maycomb County.She is exposed to how society harshly judges other people.She observes more presuming as she along with her brother Jem and their friend Dill, prejudge Dolphus Raymond, a white man who married a black woman.Jem tells the children that ;a Co-Cola bottle full of whiskey,;(160) is in the paper bag which they saw Mr. Raymond holding.The children are prejudging him just because he married a black woman and has mixed children.Therefore he has a status that society does not approve of.Scout may not think that he has liquor in the paper bag, but she might had taken Jem;s word for it and believed that there is.Scout presumes a woman in her neighborhood, Mrs. Dubose, without knowing the f…