To kill a mockingbird good and evil
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The coexistence of good and evil in Maycomb is symbolized by the stark contrast between the evil racism of the town and the innocence of the children and the outcasts of the town.
It is demonstrated through Mrs. Dubose herself. Through her awful exterior comprised of racism, hatred and cruelty, and her brave and respectable heart.
In the courthouse this coexistence between good and evil is shown through the innocence of Tom Robinson but the evil the town sees in him, and the evil inside the white accusers but the good the town sees in them.
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