To Kill A Mockingbird
  • To Kill A Mockingbird
  • To Kill A Mockingbird
  • To Kill A Mockingbird
  • To Kill A Mockingbird
ISBN: 0446310786
EAN13: 9780446310789
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 11, 1988
Pages: 384
Dimensions: 1.18" H x 6.69" L x 4.09" W
Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Format: Mass Market Paperbound


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   This story is worth every bit of recognition it has received ... and more. Truly an American treasure.
I have, I think, resisted reading this book for a long time. I thought it would be another one of those literary snoozers. I was even more worried after reading the first chapter. It can be kind of difficult to read books that are written with regional slang on every page. But once I started to roll with the story, I could not put it down. This story hit my ass in a good way. It really made me think. It made me feel good. I did not want to end it. Is there higher praise for a book ''. I don 't see so ''. I went from skeptic to some kind of obnoxious cheerleader. I agree with too many others. This book is a must read book. It's a must read for Americans to help stabilize our race relations and biases in perspective. It's a must-read for anyone with some kind of bizarre neighbors on their block. It is a must- read for anyone who is human and wants to understand what that means just a little more.
   Rating seems superfluous for this classic
It is almost absurd to award star ratings on a classic like this. What I found the most appealing is the narration from a child's point of view. And even though at times Scout's maturity and perceptiveness are a little bit too good to be true, her forays into tomboy and impetuous behaviour somehow attenuate that impression. The famous case of Atticus and the famous court case are the book's driving force, but the enigmatic figure of Boo Radley and the children's gradual acceptance of his presence provide a strong analogy for differences and the acceptance of difference. The children mature during the course of the novel, while Atticus'outlook and role are gradually clarified and expanded. He is also seen to age during the narration, when he is not seen to age. The novel is thus fascinating at many levels. The humour of the final scenes beautifully offsets the drama and revelations of the school pages. A must read for everyone A must read for everyone.
Having read this in school for a project many years ago, I can look back and see why this won a plutzer award winner. The chartecters are trully enjoy living.
   Una gran novela
La enseanza central que percibo del libro es como los padres son determinantes ejemplos to transmitir lo bueno o lo malo a los hijos. Debe ser un libro de lectura en laescuela, y padres, como recordatorio que las primeras y fundamentales enseanzas comienzan en el Hogar.
   Very interesting book!!
A page turner All american story of great depression will give you goose bump. Scout and Jeremy are so lovable.
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It has been many year since I read this book, am no purchaing it or my 8 year old "Bestie" Gabriel who lives across the hall. I believe I read this when I was about his age and still recall a great deal about it. I recommend it highly, especially for a youngster who wants "books that are real"!
   American classic
One of the best books that was part of the school curriculum when I grew up. Had to have a copy to keep.
I am an avid reader and I was curious to know what all the hype was about on this book. It is a classic and has won awards. How is this even possible? The most boring book I've ever read in a long time. I had to stop half the way and never went back.
   Justice in the Southern Mississippi was not justice during the Depression
Justice in the South did not come about until voting rights were given to blacks and the attitudes of white Christians began to change in the 60's 70's. To Kill a Mocking Bird describes what must have been like for a kid in a small city during the depression in Mississippi. For me, the story started slowly and gradually capturing my interest until near the end. Here I was disappointed with how Ms. Lee ended her story not conclusively, but as the confused end of Scout and Jem's pre-adult lives.
   Low quality print of favorite book
Love the Book : The review is for print out of the review. The edges are jagged and uneven. Surprised because it was not cheap. I have never seen a book actually shipped with such poor quality. I thought that other reviewers had a fluke. Should have listened and driven to barns and noble. ( cf.