To Kill a Mockingbird
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Publish date: October 5th 1989
Pages no: 309
Edition language: English
I honestly didn't expect to enjoy this half as much as I did. The voice of Scout is perfect and her observations of the people around town are astute and frequently witty. At the centre of the story is the unforgivable injustice against Tom Robinson and the ability of white people on the jury and co...
3 things about this book:1. Makes us think about important things. And about the way others may see the same situations.2. It’s really interesting that the narrator is a child.3. Truly has amazing characters (Atticus, Scout, Cal, Boo, Jem, and I could go on...)
Yes, I've finally read it. I'd managed to not read TKAM for decades because there was never a copy at hand and frankly, I was never interested enough to make any effort to acquire one. Until, as some of you know, I was at a library book sale last year and made an impulsive grab of a copy for $1, w...
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...
Piękna pod każdym względem. Wzruszająca, dająca do myślenia oraz zastanowienia się nad życiem, a momentami wręcz zabawna i niewinna. Trudny temat opisany oczami dziecka oddaje ogromną autentyczność tej powieści. Bohaterowie ani na moment nie są papierowi czy płytcy - przywiązać się można od pierws...