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SCHOOL DISTRICT IN VIRGINIA SUSPENDS “TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD” BECAUSE IT HAS TOO MANY REFERENCES TO RACIST LANGUAGE?

SCHOOL DISTRICT IN VIRGINIA SUSPENDS “TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD” BECAUSE IT HAS TOO MANY REFERENCES TO RACIST LANGUAGE? MARIE ROTHSTEIN-WILLIAMS HAD SEX WITH A BLACK MAN, HAD A BIRACIAL KID & THEN SUSPENDS “TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRDR...
by The Politics of Everything on Dec 6, 2016

To Kill a Mockingbird by Shmoop

To Kill a Mockingbird by Shmoop -reference is something that lenders use information (speaker) to support or strengthen statement firmly. Also known as a referral. References may use factual or non-factual. Reference consists of factual..
by Best Novel Review on Jun 9, 2016

To Kill a Mockingbird SparkNotes Literature Guide by SparkNotes & Harper Lee

To Kill a Mockingbird SparkNotes Literature Guide by SparkNotes & Harper Lee – While complex like this course, you need a reference book to complete your task. With the reference book you be helped all of..
by Best Novel Review on Jun 1, 2016

Writers and Readers

Writers are immortals. Well, at least as long as our species lasts. As a mere internet writer, I suppose that I’m not alone in wanted published books to my name. Solid books that don’t disappear in a power outage. There’s … Continue readi...

Rest In Peace Harper Lee

“I wanted you to see what real courage is, instead of getting the idea that courage is a man with a gun in his hand. It’s when you know you’re licked before you begin, but you begin anyway and see it through no matter what.” It is a v...
by Snailbird.com on Feb 19, 2016

Moving Books Is Hard To Do

My reading life sits condensed in twenty boxes, waiting to be loaded onto a truck and carted 1,000 miles north. I’ve always dreamt of a massive home library. Think: Beauty and the Beast. Or a variation of the Long Room. And if … Continu...
by Book Riot on Dec 4, 2015

Interview With Nikki Jackson, Author of “The Heart’s Journey Home”

Pat, thank you so much for the interview. I want you to know that you’re my first official interview as a published author. Welcome, Nikki. I am honored to be your first. What is your book about? The Heart’s Journey Home is a book series. Califor...
by Pat Bertram Introduces . . . on Sep 12, 2015

A Father Introduces His Newborn Daughter To Books

Dear Matilda, It’s your dad here. The one without the milk. Please excuse this decidedly old fashioned way of communicating. Letters are rather passe even now. No doubt by the time you’re old enough to read this you’ll probably be … Conti...
by Book Riot on Aug 27, 2015

BELOVED (Not American History) Taught Me About the Horrors of Slavery

This is a guest post from Vanessa Willoughby. Vanessa is an editor and a writer. Her work has appeared on The Toast, The Hairpin, Bitch, Thought Catalog, and Literally, Darling. Follow her on Twitter @book_nerd212. ____________________ If the white...
by Book Riot on Aug 19, 2015

On Rumors that Truman Capote Wrote To Kill a Mockingbird

Back in February, The Daily Mail published an interesting piece addressing very old rumors that Truman Capote wrote (or helped Harper Lee write) To Kill a Mockingbird.  The rumors are likely to grow new legs with the release of Go Set a Watchman...
by The Daily Brass on Jul 28, 2015

GO SET A WATCHMAN Will Break Your Heart (And You Should Read it Anyway)

I have always craved more Atticus Finch. He’s become a household god, of sorts, in the lives and literary sensibilities of many Americans. We want our South served Atticus side up. Then came the news of a new book–more Atticus! … Co...
by Book Riot on Jul 16, 2015

The Many Book Covers of TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

This post is part of our Harper Lee Reading Day: a celebration of one of the most surprising literary events of our lifetime, the publication of her new book, Go Set a Watchman. Check out the rest right here. ____________________ There have been &...
by Book Riot on Jul 14, 2015

Book Style: GO SET A WATCHMAN by Harper Lee

This post is part of our Harper Lee Reading Day: a celebration of one of the most surprising literary events of our lifetime, the publication of her new book, Go Set a Watchman. Check out the rest right here. ____________________ Often when a R...
by Book Riot on Jul 14, 2015

Why TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Isn’t A YA Novel

This post is part of our Harper Lee Reading Day: a celebration of one of the most surprising literary events of our lifetime, the publication of her new book, Go Set a Watchman. Check out the rest right here. ____________________ Like many other &...
by Book Riot on Jul 14, 2015

On Reading America’s Favorite Book for the First Time

This post is part of our Harper Lee Reading Day: a celebration of one of the most surprising literary events of our lifetime, the publication of her new book, Go Set a Watchman. Check out the rest right here. ____________________ To Kill a …...
by Book Riot on Jul 14, 2015

IRL: Nonfiction to Read if You Love TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

This post is part of our Harper Lee Reading Day: a celebration of one of the most surprising literary events of our lifetime, the publication of her new book, Go Set a Watchman. Check out the rest right here. ____________________   Until Go &...
by Book Riot on Jul 14, 2015

Book Fetish: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Edition

This post is part of our Harper Lee Reading Day: a celebration of one of the most surprising literary events of our lifetime, the publication of her new book, Go Set a Watchman. Check out the rest right here. ____________________   Typographi...
by Book Riot on Jul 14, 2015

What Would Atticus Do?

This post is part of our Harper Lee Reading Day: a celebration of one of the most surprising literary events of our lifetime, the publication of her new book, Go Set a Watchman. Check out the rest right here. ____________________   AuthorR...
by Book Riot on Jul 14, 2015

Why My High School Production of TKAM Was Shut Down

This post is part of our Harper Lee Reading Day: a celebration of one of the most surprising literary events of our lifetime, the publication of her new book, Go Set a Watchman. Check out the rest right here. ____________________ This is a …...
by Book Riot on Jul 14, 2015

Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee

After capturing the hearts of readers with her landmark debut 1960-masterpiece, To Kill a Mockingbird, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Harper Lee returns with her second and highly controversial book after a gap of fifty-five years much to the delight...
by huithiang! on Jul 14, 2015


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