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Book Condition: Very Good
True first year printng! (6th) The most important theme of To Kill a Mockingbird is the book's exploration of the moral nature of human beings-that is, whether people are essentially good or essentially evil. The novel approaches this question by dramatizing Scout and Jem's transition from a perspective of childhood innocence, in which they assume that people are good because they have never seen evil, to a more adult perspective, in which they have confronted evil and must incorporate it into their understanding of the world. As a result of this portrayal of the transition from innocence to experience, one of the book's important subthemes involves the threat that hatred, prejudice, and ignorance pose to the innocentfine, a splendid example of this first trade publication, 296 pages, not book club etc., "real McKoy", in very good clean tight hardcover,no marks labes, names, very very light wear.FIRST EDITION stated SIXTH printing,(no W), NOT A BOOK CLUB,ETC. 296 pages, green spine and brown boards. This would be a great addition to any book shelf in this original for any collector!