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  • School & Library Binding: 281 pages
  • Publisher: Turtle Back Books (Oct. 1 1988)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 088103052X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0881030525
  • Product Dimensions: 16.4 x 11.1 x 3.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 227 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,143 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,268 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Titus Penney on Sept. 8 2012
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This is not my usual genre book , to start off with. Ive heard of this book a few times over the years and decided I was going to read some of the classics this year. I had no idea what the book was about ,I just started reading it. Even though the book was written as if it were from a kids perspective , I was amazed at the direction the reading took me. There are a lot of mixed emotions you will experience in this book and In my case even some permanent thought changing effects. The focus character would be the kids father who is named Atticus. He is a very mature , moral icon and could be used as a standard of shaping the readers character (at least some considerations).
5 stars. Conclusion , A good read which should be read by people with any genre specifications.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By pickey_reader 101 on Feb. 11 2013
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I read this book for school. Its actually a good book. Gives you perspective. you have more understanding how life was back then.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jeannot on Jan. 26 2013
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I really enjoyed reading this book. Eventhough it goes at a low pace, the subject itself is good. A story told through the eyes of a child, in the time were prejudice and injustice are strong; it's worth its price and the time put in to read it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By jean on May 3 2012
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I bought it for my sister as she had never read it and I feel that it is a book that everyone should read at least once. I have read it many times and cried every time.
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By Murray on Nov. 22 2013
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This book is a seminal classic, and earth shaking. The book was, in it's time, a prophetic voice speaking against racism in the southern USA. It won the Pulitzer Prize for literature. And it is still a magnificent and excellent book to read and still morally pertinent.

The story is told from a child's eye view and it is about growing up in a small town. A black man is accused of raping a white women and he is obviously wrongfully convicted. The court case puts the intuitional racism of that society on trial. The Mockingbird is an allegory of the people who die in the story. The Mockingbird mimics or sings the songs of other birds. In the story a few people sing the song of that society (As such they represent it) and die. And there is an attempted murder on the narrator who sings the most.

The characters are enduring and it not only brings you back to the innocence of childhood, but challenges you with the injustice of hatred. This book is set in a time and place, but the issues of racism, hypocrisy, and injustice are universal. Pick up and read.
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By AK on Oct. 26 2013
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I had to read this for English class in late high school in Australia. It was the first text we studied that I (and the rest of the class) didn't detest by the end of several weeks of analysis and essays. It's just genuinely an entertaining read, with a surprising amount of humour amongst its beautiful passages. I recently re-read this book, and enjoyed it even more than I did 13 years ago.
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By bernie TOP 50 REVIEWER on Oct. 10 2013
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Harper Lee was encouraged to write some of her childhood memories. What in the beginning seems like the story of three childhood friends in depression era Macomb, Alabama, turns out to be packed with insights to the makeup of human kind.

This story is intriguing on many levels from the history of the area to the stereotyping of people. Most of all every turn was a surprise as told in the first person from the view of Scout Finch. And instead of telling the story in a six year old vocabulary she uses an exceptionally large repertoire to describe the people and events. This story is not as slow passed as one may guess from first glance as every remark and every action will be needed for a future action.

A major controversial part of the story is the trial of Tom Robinson. Hoverer this is just a catalyst to help Scout understand the nature of people including her father Atticus and you will find that as important as it is it is just a part of the story with other major characters such as Arthur "Boo" Radley.

Even thought it appears that Scout is the recipient of the insights, I believe we the reader is the real recipient.

I can truly say that this book has changed my outlook in life.

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One of the most popular American novels. Harper Lee paints a picture of her home and society in the south as few others have or could. Better than Huckleberry Finn, Of Mice and Men, Grapes of Wrath. And those titles are among the best of the best. Words are Ms. Lee's paint brushes, life her subject, and the novel her canvas.
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