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To Kill a Mockingbird
To Kill a Mockingbird
Author: Harper Lee
The magnificant, powerful novel of a quiet southern town rocked by a young girls accusation of criminal assault. Winner of the Pulitzer Price;
ISBN: 42687
Pages: 284
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Publisher: Popular Library
Book Type: Paperback
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This, her only novel, made Harper Lee an icon of American literature. Set in Alabama in the 1930s, it depicts the lifestyle and prejudices of a small rural town. The central plot follows the attempt of a small town lawyer to defend a Negro who has been falsely accused of a sex crime by the resident white trash. The whole town knows what the accuser is, yet they cannot distance themselves from their inbred prejudices. The Negro is convicted. In the end, the accuser gets his just desserts after he attacks the lawyers children. Eventually, the town residents become somewhat aware of their biases, yet does anything really change?
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1962 movie tie-in edition with cover photo of Gregory Peck in scene from movie (sitting in Jim's bedroom with Scout on his lap)on cover.