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To Kill a Mockingbird - Community Reviews back

by Harper Lee
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Burfobookalicious
Burfobookalicious rated it 1 year ago
For such an acclaimed classic novel, I've come to it late. I know the the reputation of the masterpiece by Harper Lee and the centrality of the character, Atticus Finch. What I hadn't realised was that it's written from the perspective of his young daughter, Jean Louise, aka 'Scout' and I think this...
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“You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view... Until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it.” I need to admit that reading this book gave me the impression of being robbed. Most Americans had the chance to read it through middle school and t...
Wortmagieblog
Wortmagieblog rated it 1 year ago
„To Kill a Mockingbird“ von Harper Lee ist vermutlich eines der Bücher, die am häufigsten in anderen Büchern erwähnt und zitiert werden. Besonders in der Young Adult – Literatur stolperte ich immer wieder über diesen Titel. Es kam, wie es kommen musste: ich wurde neugierig. Ich wusste, dass es sich ...
Cody's Bookshelf
Cody's Bookshelf rated it 2 years ago
Synopsis: The unforgettable novel of a childhood in a sleepy Southern town and the crisis of conscience that rocked it, To Kill A Mockingbird became both an instant bestseller and a critical success when it was first published in 1960. It went on to win the Pulitzer Prize in 1961 and was later made ...
Xxertz
Xxertz rated it 2 years ago
Aw. I'm happy I reread this. I definitely didn't grasp much back when this was required reading.
JLee22
JLee22 rated it 2 years ago
I have such a fondness for stories with child protagonists that accurately portray the world from an inexperienced (or naive) point of view. There is something clearer about the child perspective that reminds you, as an adult, of what you remember things to be like when you were that age - undoubted...
Michael's Book Babble
Michael's Book Babble rated it 2 years ago
Really. What can I possibly add that'll show my appreciation for this literary masterpiece? All I can say is I'm annoyed as all hell that none of my schools had this as required reading. Why? WHY?!? Ahem... Okay, I'm back. All I can say is I really enjoyed To Kill a Mockingbird. I wished I had p...
Muccamukk
Muccamukk rated it 2 years ago
It's one of those books that I know has a lot of problems, and is probably weakest when you actually think about the main plot, but which has such a warm feeling of family and so such beautifully drawn rural scenes that idgaf. I love it. I will always come back to it for the relationship between fat...
Angel's Book Reviews 2.0
Angel's Book Reviews 2.0 rated it 2 years ago
73. TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, BY HARPER LEEActually, this one was recommended (rather non-voluntarily) to me by a creep on the internet who took offense at me wanting to spend a year reading books written by women. Unfortunately, I didn’t take note of his user name and don’t know how to get in touch wi...
Merle
Merle rated it 2 years ago
Like everyone else, I read this in school, and do not recall having strong feelings about it. This year I decided to re-read it, alongside Go Set a Watchman, for the sake of having an informed opinion about both. This is such a well-known book that there’s no need for another review of it; what foll...
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