In a time of heightened racial division, we need examples that can bring us together. I feel ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ should be immediately fetched off the shelf for a refresher.
Continuing on a theme, our main literary realist Sparky Sweets explains the subtleties of Harper Lee’s “other” book, Go Set a Watchman.
With the passing of Harper Lee, Loretta Barnard explains the enduring legacy of the Pulitzer prize winner.
If you haven’t read Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, the book by Mat Drogemuller’s bed, you’re missing out on a timeless classic set in the deep South that still resonates today #Ferguson
Our weekly Long Reads kick off with the novelist at the heart of America, Harper Lee, as she sees out her twilight years in a retirement home in her birth town in Alabama.