Is there any reason for this being such a staple classic other than its cultural context of having been used as an aid to the civil rights movement?
because it's about muh oppreshun and written by a dirty, filthy inferior whore of a female.
It's being pushed by a certain group of people. I needn't say more. But it's to make women breed with blacks.
I think Bob Ewell, Tim Robinson, Dill, and Boo Radley were not badly written, nor were they cardboard cutout characters.
>Men always write women so well
I'd say at best the prose was unoffensive but not decent. Atticus is just bland, serves his purpose but isn't at all interesting.
All those characters were indeed cardboard cutout though, tools for lame moral lessons and nothing more. Except for Dill maybe as he had some internal struggles each one of those chars has no depth or personalization besides the most obvious subversion of expectations.
Woman can be interesting or boring, depends on the author not the sex