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‘Go Set A Watchman’ Author Harper Lee: Has She Written A Third Novel?

Go Set A Watchman and To Kill A Mockingbird author Harper Lee might have a third novel waiting in the wings. At least that’s what an attorney for the 89-year-old shared last week. Attorney Tonja Carter discovered Go Set A Watchman in a safe deposit box about a year ago. She hinted there may be another manuscript as well after …

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Harper Lee Agrees to Digital “To Kill a Mockingbird”

To Kill a Mockingbird will live on. The Pulitzer Prize winning novel written by Harper Lee was one of the long-standing holdouts of the digital age. Now the author, who hasn’t written a major work in more than 50 years, has agreed to allow one of the most esteemed novels in literary history to be released electronically. The decision was …

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To Kill a Mockingbird Will Finally Be an E-Book

One of America’s most-beloved classic novels is finally hitting the digital world. Harper Lee has agreed to an e-book version of her well-known (and oft-assigned) Pulitzer Prize-winning book To Kill a Mockingbird. The novel, which was first published in July of 1960, will be released as an e-book and on digital audio this upcoming July, which will mark the work’s …

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Truman Capote Story: Lost Chapter Appears

A previously unpublished chapter of Truman Capote’s book “Answered Prayers” has been discovered and will be published in the December issue of Vanity Fair. Capote famously stalled the book’s publication by missing deadlines, despite being offered more and more money to complete it. By the time the last deadline was missed, the publication advance was up to $1 million, but …

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Harper Lee: From “Mockingbird” To Trayvon Martin

“Shoot all the bluejays you want, if you can hit ’em, but remember it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird.”–Atticus Finch, To Kill A Mockingbird Most of us have read the classic book To Kill A Mockingbird, if not for pleasure than for a school assignment; it’s required reading in most schools these days. The stories of young Scout and …

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