- Published: 1960.
- Year Published: 1960
- Description: 296 p. ; 21 cm.
- Language: English
- Format: Book
- Lexile: 870
- 0061120081 (Harper Perennial)
- 0061205699 (HarperCollins)
- 0446310786 (pbk.)
- 0060935464 (softcover)
- 0446310492 :
- 0060194995 :
- 006017322X ( Thirty-fifth anniversary edition)
- 0895774356 :
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To kill a mockingbird
by Lee, Harper.
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Reviews & Summaries
A wonderful story about how Atticus Finch, a lawyer defends a black man accused of rape, and how other significant issues in society are expressed.
Share this one with your teens. A timeless classic
It was a really good book. I was forced to read this for english class and it turned out to be a great book. It describes racism very well and how well a young childs mind works. It has definitely made my top 10 book list, and thats saying a lot
Great book! Magnificent plot! This book also taught me a lesson. You'll just have to read it to know!
One of my all time favorites, I think this is essential reading for everyone.
We read this in school, and it was surprisingly deep and well written. To Kill A Mockingbird really leaves you with something to think about even once you've finished. It's perhaps one of the most memorable books I've read, and it's a great classic!
better than movie
Lee masterfully wove this classic tale to be a masterpiece that would be loved forever. I found the book insightful and well written.
Sounds like a good book. I have to read it for school.
I put off reading this book for ages because I thought I knew what it was about: a southern lawyer defends a black man accused of raping a white woman. But that really only represents a small part of the plot. Would you believe the trial doesn't even begin for a hundred pages? This is a poignant, hilarious (what a surprise!), magnificently written coming of age story that really captures the beautiful (and sometimes cruel) absurdities of living in the south. Words like habiliments and scuppernongs will be with me forever.
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