On the morality of Atticus Finch.
TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD-themed bookish items for your literary life.
Pick up these works of nonfiction if you loved TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
One Rioter's experience reading TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD for the first time at age 24.
Should To Kill A Mockingbird be considered a YA novel? Not if we think about what YA novels are really trying to accomplish.
How would grown-up Scout dress? You'll have to read GO SET A WATCHMAN by Harper Lee to find out for sure, but in this edition of Book Style we take a guess!
A recognition of the power of one novel through cultural references and respect.
Comparison of cover art in US and UK versions of popular novels.
One Rioter on why she's afraid the portrayal of adult Scout in Harper Lee's upcoming book won't live up to her expectations.
First Harper Lee, then Dr. Seuss, then Arthur Conan Doyle? Where are all these manuscript discoveries coming from? We have theories.
A sneak peak at the media marketing blitz being planned for Harper Lee's new novel, Go Set a Watchman.
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