Posts tagged "to kill a mockingbird"

“Fox & Friends” Hosts Are Mad At Harper Lee For Ruining White Hero Atticus Finch

They also don’t seem to understand that Gregory Peck and Atticus Finch are two different people. …

By: Robyn Pennacchia / July 13, 2015

Read The First Chapter Of Harper Lee’s Go Set A Watchman

The first chapter of Go Set a Watchman, Harper Lee’s anticipated second novel, has been released online via the Wall Street Journal. It follows the woman who had been To Kill a Mockingbird’s Scout, but has dropped the nickname and is now, in the 1950s American South, going by Jean Louise Finch, as she make…

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / July 10, 2015

I Wanna See “Hey Boo”: The ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ Documentary

Most, if not all, of us read Harper Lee’s novel To Kill A Mockingbird in school. Many of us loved this book about the love of family, principles, racism and the South so deeply we have re-read it again and again. For true To Kill A Mockingbird acolytes, the Harper Lee lore is just…

By: Jessica Wakeman / May 13, 2011

And The Prize Goes To … The Most Memorable Book You Read In High School English Class

We asked last week for you to share with us the most memorable book you read in your high school English classes for a chance to win a special 50th anniversary edition of To Kill A Mockingbird, by Harper Lee. The Frisky had no idea we had such bookworms reading our site. We’ll reveal our…

By: Jessica Wakeman / July 23, 2010

Win This! 50th Anniversary Edition Of “To Kill A Mockingbird”

Earlier this week marked the 50th anniversary of the classic novel To Kill A Mockingbird, by Harper Lee. In the past half-century, Scout, Jem, Atticus and, of course, Boo Radley have charmed millions of readers (if not necessarily high school English classes) with their tale about coming of age, family, and racism in the South.

By: Jessica Wakeman / July 16, 2010

Inspiration Board: 50th Anniversary Of “To Kill A Mockingbird”

July 11 marks the golden anniversary of Harper Lee’s classic novel To Kill a Mockingbird. So in honor of this novel, whose themes still ring true today, we’ve decided to celebrate the tomboy style of narrator Scout Finch.

By: Annika Harris / July 11, 2010