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I reviewed it last year Larry Send a noteboard - 22/05/2011 07:45:48 PM
Interesting to see how similar our comments are. Now to see if you (and others) will read Faulkner's Intruder in the Dust, which has an interesting parallel with the Tom Robinson case, despite it being published about a dozen years prior to To Kill a Mockingbird.
Illusions fall like the husk of a fruit, one after another, and the fruit is experience. - Narrator, Sylvie

Je suis méchant.
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To Kill a Mockingbird by Nelle Harper Lee - 22/05/2011 06:28:11 PM 8221 Views
I reviewed it last year - 22/05/2011 07:45:48 PM 1910 Views
Huh. I seem to have missed that. - 22/05/2011 11:17:11 PM 1825 Views
It's a beautiful, incredible book. - 22/05/2011 08:21:48 PM 1760 Views
Re: It's a beautiful, incredible book. - 22/05/2011 11:18:32 PM 1711 Views
Also - 22/05/2011 11:33:27 PM 1684 Views
Don't you think that, you know, too many people have read it already? - 23/05/2011 09:55:52 PM 1774 Views
Does that disqualify it? - 24/05/2011 01:49:54 PM 1729 Views
I don't know, if a lot of people want to have this book in a Book Club, I have no objections. - 24/05/2011 07:01:38 PM 1720 Views
Well, that's true. - 25/05/2011 01:20:54 PM 1833 Views
Loved that book. - 22/05/2011 09:07:16 PM 1735 Views
Re: Loved that book. - 22/05/2011 11:19:29 PM 1735 Views
A great book - 22/05/2011 09:13:12 PM 1769 Views
Re: A great book - 22/05/2011 11:20:02 PM 1735 Views
“Miss Jean Louise, stand up. Your father’s passin’.” *NM* - 23/05/2011 12:03:34 AM 925 Views
Indeed. *NM* - 23/05/2011 09:37:38 AM 904 Views
Bah. This seems like a lame book. It will never catch on. - 23/05/2011 01:31:10 AM 1857 Views
LOL *NM* - 23/05/2011 08:36:55 AM 878 Views
Hehehe. *NM* - 23/05/2011 09:38:03 AM 952 Views
Um, there's already a rfilm version of this. - 23/05/2011 01:11:36 PM 1608 Views
Suspect he knows that. *NM* - 23/05/2011 01:15:46 PM 912 Views
I don't think I've ever met anyone who doesn't like this book. *NM* - 23/05/2011 09:37:52 AM 907 Views
So it survives being taught in school? - 23/05/2011 09:39:18 AM 1724 Views
Yup. *NM* - 23/05/2011 02:47:17 PM 919 Views
I've met some, but it was a casualty of middle school English. *NM* - 23/05/2011 07:40:27 PM 835 Views
Thanks for the review. - 23/05/2011 10:07:46 PM 2063 Views
Re: Thanks for the review. - 24/05/2011 12:14:08 AM 1807 Views
Let me ask the politically incorrect questions, since no one else has. - 24/05/2011 03:14:50 AM 1951 Views
Hmm - 24/05/2011 10:22:50 AM 1821 Views
I think that's a fair point. - 24/05/2011 07:00:04 PM 1826 Views
Calpurnia is a stereotype too. - 24/05/2011 11:54:26 PM 1762 Views
The difference, at least in my recollection, is that Calpurnia is well-educated. - 25/05/2011 08:09:58 PM 1703 Views
Re: The difference, at least in my recollection, is that Calpurnia is well-educated. - 25/05/2011 10:59:26 PM 1773 Views
Yes. This. *NM* - 26/05/2011 04:56:48 AM 831 Views
I think there was at least once incident showing a racist black person - 24/05/2011 07:33:09 PM 1958 Views
Almost a non-incident - 24/05/2011 08:51:59 PM 1623 Views
I think it was written to accomplish a goal and it did that very well - 25/05/2011 04:08:17 PM 1742 Views
Given your introductory portion - 11/06/2011 01:28:40 AM 1765 Views
It just occurred to me - 11/06/2011 01:30:05 AM 1711 Views
Re: It just occurred to me - 11/06/2011 11:36:21 AM 1811 Views
I have read both - 11/06/2011 11:35:11 AM 1588 Views
All of Twain's stuff is great - 13/06/2011 02:27:55 AM 1802 Views
Re: All of Twain's stuff is great - 13/06/2011 08:17:05 AM 1716 Views
And some poets - Tennyson and Yeats come to mind. *NM* - 13/06/2011 10:11:31 AM 825 Views
Keats? - 13/06/2011 10:14:58 AM 1810 Views
I have to say... - 13/06/2011 05:27:26 PM 1651 Views
Re: I have to say... - 13/06/2011 05:54:45 PM 1741 Views

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