06:03 PM EDT 10/02/2015
Originally posted 09/09/2015 05:05PM
The rumors of a third book by Pulitzer Prize winner Harper Lee just might be true – at least, according to two Alabama families.
Originally posted 07/24/2015 12:50PM
What's in a name? If you ask David and Christen Epstein, the answer is: a whole lot.
Mary Badham, 'Scout' in 1962's To Kill a Mockingbird, Reads Excerpts from Harper Lee's New Novel in N.Y.C.
Originally posted 07/15/2015 12:40PM
Hundreds gathered at New York City's 92nd Street Y on Tuesday night to discuss Harper Lee's controversial new novel Go Set a Watchman with Mary Badham, the actress who took on the role of Scout in the 1962 film version of the author's first book.
'Atticus' Tops Baby-Name List for First Time: Will Controversial Comeback of Atticus Finch in New Harper Lee Book Change Its Popularity?
Originally posted 07/14/2015 02:50PM
Talk about timing.
From Atticus Impersonators to Boo Boo Burgers, Harper Lee's Hometown Celebrates Go Set a Watchman's Release
Originally posted 07/14/2015 01:00PM
In a scene that could have been expertly written by Harper Lee, a bell tolled shortly after sunrise in Monroeville, Alabama, Tuesday atop the Old Courthouse Museum.
Originally posted 07/13/2015 09:30PM
For the millions of readers who made To Kill A Mockingbird a best-selling classic – not to mention all those trendy parents who named their baby boys Atticus – the struggle is on to reconcile the beloved and upright moral beacon of Harper Lee's original with the bigoted Atticus Finch of her new release.
Originally posted 07/13/2015 06:35PM
Readers who remember Atticus Finch as a bastion of goodness are in for a rude awakening in Go Set a Watchman, the follow-up to Harper Lee's classic To Kill a Mockingbird. Gone is the honorable lawyer who captured our hearts. In his place is a cold racist.
Does Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman Have Company? Author's Lawyer Says She May Have Written a Third Novel
Originally posted 07/13/2015 02:05PM
Go Set a Watchman may not be the only long-lost novel by Harper Lee that has been missing for decades.
Atticus Finch a Racist? – Early Reviews Say Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman Paints a Shocking Portrait of Mockingbird's Hero
Originally posted 07/10/2015 10:45PM
The Atticus Finch of Harper Lee's classic 1960 novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, was a pillar of justice, morality and kindness.
Why Everyone Is Freaking Out About the First Chapter of Harper Lee's New Novel, Go Set a Watchman (SPOILER ALERT)
Originally posted 07/10/2015 03:50PM
SPOILER ALERT: Do not proceed if you don't want to know a major Chapter 1 spoiler.
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