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In this podcast, written by a leading English Literature teacher, Owen Dudley-Edwards discusses the major themes of the novel To Kill a Mockingbird. We consider the narrator's experiences, growing up in post-Civil-War Alabama in a community desperately trying to overcome racial prejudices and ignorance. We explore tolerance and understanding within the setting of the trial, identity and consciousness in each individual Maycomb inhabitant and aspects of colour through the melting snowman with a heart of mud. The podcast is an ideal introduction to the themes of the novel, and perfect for GCSE revision.

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Subject: English Literature
Age range: 14+

Duration: 6m 50s
Size: 4mb
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