To Kill a Mockingbird
Lawyer Atticus Finch defends the real mockingbird of Harper Lee's classic, Puliter Prize-winning novel—a black man charged with the rape of a white woman. Through the eyes of Atticus's children, Scout and Jem Finch, Harper Lee explores with rich humor and unanswering honesty the irrationality of adult attitudes toward race and class in the Deep South of the 1930's.see more...
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- "This is a classic that you are forced to read in high school, therefore it takes some of the value and enjoyment out of reading it." in 136 reviews
- "I enjoyed this book, and I love having beautiful editions of my favorite books, and I have a great leather bound copy to display now!" in 28 reviews
- "To Kill A Mockingbird is a must read for anyone who has any experience or knowledge with racial tensions and changing sociological standards in America." in 26 reviews
- "i really love this book , read it in middle school, first i didn't really understand the full message of the book ,so i re read it years later to get a deeper understanding." in 17 reviews
- "I used to hate this book because it was apart of a required reading and had to do a ton of papers on it but now that i've re read it I absolutely love it!" in 16 reviews
Overall, I would recommend reading this just because it is really well written and as a bonus you get to see how rural Alabama was like in the depression era. I would recommend this book 100%.
I love this book and the idea of reading is like breathing. I read often. I remember loving this over and over, but it is up to you to decide if you like this book or not.
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