Lee's masterpiece transcends fiction and speaks to its reader, expertly driving home points of racial equality, all the while introducing the literary (and later, the film) world's most archetypical crusading hero - Atticus Finch.
With more than 30,000,000 copies of apparent literary perfection in print and a Pulitzer Prize in 1961, Lee needn't have written another novel. And she didn't.Buy this book online
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