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Complex Ideas

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Consider the following excerpt from the novel 'To Kill a Mockingbird': 'People generally see what they look for, and hear what they listen for.' In this context, Harper Lee introduces a complex idea about human perception and bias. Based on this statement, how does the author use language to convey the complex interplay between perception and bias, and what impact does this have on the development of the narrative and characters within the novel?
a.
Harper Lee uses language to imply that people's perceptions are always influenced by the opinions of others.
b.
Harper Lee uses language to argue that bias has no impact on people's perceptions.
c.
Harper Lee uses language to suggest that people's perceptions are always accurate and unbiased.
d.
Harper Lee uses language to illustrate that people's perceptions are solely based on their personal experiences.
e.
Harper Lee uses language to convey the complex interplay between perception and bias through the statement 'People generally see what they look for, and hear what they listen for.'

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