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Why is 'To Kill A Mockingbird' by Harper Lee so famous?

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I think Harper Lee and Atticus Finch are immortal. The two among a few great ones. Even now after two generations, "To Kill A Mockingbird" has a new generation of schoolchildren transfixed, while regularly figuring high on lists of the country's "favourite books". read more

If you haven't read the book please read it. It is famous because it talks about racial hatred at that point in time. read more

On the eve of its 50th birthday, To Kill A Mockingbird still has a generation of schoolchildren transfixed, while regularly figuring high on lists of the country's "favourite books". A poll for World Book Day placed it fifth, behind Pride and Prejudice but ahead of the Bible. read more

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