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To Kill a Mockingbird: Harperperennial Modern Classics by Harper Lee | Recap and Analysis

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Warning: False Copyright Claims will result in legal actions by Unlimited Press Works, LLC SPECIAL OFFER $2.99 (Regularly priced: $4.99) Harper Lee seamlessly weaved a wonderful coming-of-age story of a child and an explicit depiction of society’s social problems. Told through the eyes of the feisty Scout Finch, the story was set in the Southern United States in the 1930’ Warning: False Copyright Claims will result in legal actions by Unlimited Press Works, LLC SPECIAL OFFER $2.99 (Regularly priced: $4.99) Harper Lee seamlessly weaved a wonderful coming-of-age story of a child and an explicit depiction of society’s social problems. Told through the eyes of the feisty Scout Finch, the story was set in the Southern United States in the 1930’s where racism was as common as a cold. The novel is packed with admirable and memorable characters. This novel remained the only book Harper Lee published for more than five decades but proved its value to American literature by becoming a favorite classic and making Lee one of America’s beloved authors. This is also one of the top choices of many teachers for studying societal issues. This Pulitzer-winning novel is a must-read. Read more.... Download your copy today! for a limited time discount of only $2.99! Available on PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. © 2015 All Rights Reserved by Unlimited Press Works


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Warning: False Copyright Claims will result in legal actions by Unlimited Press Works, LLC SPECIAL OFFER $2.99 (Regularly priced: $4.99) Harper Lee seamlessly weaved a wonderful coming-of-age story of a child and an explicit depiction of society’s social problems. Told through the eyes of the feisty Scout Finch, the story was set in the Southern United States in the 1930’ Warning: False Copyright Claims will result in legal actions by Unlimited Press Works, LLC SPECIAL OFFER $2.99 (Regularly priced: $4.99) Harper Lee seamlessly weaved a wonderful coming-of-age story of a child and an explicit depiction of society’s social problems. Told through the eyes of the feisty Scout Finch, the story was set in the Southern United States in the 1930’s where racism was as common as a cold. The novel is packed with admirable and memorable characters. This novel remained the only book Harper Lee published for more than five decades but proved its value to American literature by becoming a favorite classic and making Lee one of America’s beloved authors. This is also one of the top choices of many teachers for studying societal issues. This Pulitzer-winning novel is a must-read. Read more.... Download your copy today! for a limited time discount of only $2.99! Available on PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. © 2015 All Rights Reserved by Unlimited Press Works

30 review for To Kill a Mockingbird: Harperperennial Modern Classics by Harper Lee | Recap and Analysis

  1. 5 out of 5

    betty mallett

    I have read this book time and time AGAIN and never tire of it l am 92 and will always enjoy it as long as live Betty Mallett.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Olivia

    Another re-read from my son's summer reading list. This book ranked as his #3 favorite of the summer. The writing is SO good! Another re-read from my son's summer reading list. This book ranked as his #3 favorite of the summer. The writing is SO good!

  3. 4 out of 5

    YULIYA MATIACHOV

    Completely useless! Most of this short "book" is a recap of original story. The analysis are only a couple pages. I was expecting more depth. If you are a student trying to avoid reading the original, then it's fine. But I really recommend reading Harper Lee's book - it's marvelous and an easy read. As far as analysis, it won't help much. It just tells you who "the mockingbird" is in the story. I do not recommend. Completely useless! Most of this short "book" is a recap of original story. The analysis are only a couple pages. I was expecting more depth. If you are a student trying to avoid reading the original, then it's fine. But I really recommend reading Harper Lee's book - it's marvelous and an easy read. As far as analysis, it won't help much. It just tells you who "the mockingbird" is in the story. I do not recommend.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Denise V Gordon

    Poorly written The language was often incorrect English . I found that to be distracting from the content. The summary was adequate.

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    Rebecca K.

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    Kurtis Reace

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    Simon

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    Marie Glynn

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    Li

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    Don R Allison

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    Joan Pickering

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    DJFleming

  29. 5 out of 5

    Brianna huber

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