To Kill a Mockingbird (Harper Lee)

To Kill a Mockingbird
To Kill a Mockingbird


ISBN: 9780060935467Number of Pages: 336
Publisher: HarperCollinsBook Title: To Kill a Mockingbird
Publication Year: 2005Target Audience: Trade
Author: Harper LeeReading Age: 18+


To Kill a Mockingbird is a novel published by American female writer Harper Lee in 1960.

The novel tells about a young man named Tom Robinson who was falsely accused of rape only because he was a black man. Although the defense lawyer Atticus Finch had evidence that Tom was not a rapist, he could not prevent the jury from concluding that Tom was guilty. This crime led to Tom’s death at random.

Although the theme of the story involves serious issues such as racial inequality and rape, its style of writing is still warm and interesting. The novel is written in the first person. The narrator’s father, Atticus Finch, plays a moral role in the book and is also a model of honest lawyers.

In 1961, the book won the Pulitzer Prize of the year, was translated into more than 40 languages, sold more than 30 million copies worldwide, and was adapted into a film of the same name in the same year.

This Book is one of the best ap lit book, Best AP Lit Book List (2022)

About the Author

Nelle Harper Lee (April 28, 1926 — February 19, 2016) , an American writer, was born in a small town in Alabama in the south of the United States in 1926.

In 1960, she published the only novel in her life, To Kill a Mockingbird, which earned her great reputation. This novel won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction that year, has been translated into more than 40 languages, and has sold more than 30 million copies worldwide.

On February 19, 2016, Harper Lee died at the age of 89 in his hometown of Monroeville, Alabama.

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Table of Contents

  • What teachers (don’t) say : a grounded theory approach to online discussions of To Kill a Mockingbird / James B. Kelley
  • Multimedia Mockingbird : teaching Harper Lee’s novel using technology / Derek Blair and Cecilia Donohue
  • Soundtrack approach to teaching To Kill a Mockingbird / Christian Z. Goering and Cindy M. Williams
  • Courthouse ring : Atticus Finch and the limits of southern liberalism / Malcolm Gladwell
  • To Kill a Mockingbird : fifty years of influence on the legal profession / Ann Engar
  • Bending the law : the search for justice and moral purpose / Jeffrey B. Wood
  • Unlikely duos : paired characters in To Kill a Mockingbird / Robert C. Evans
  • On reading To Kill a Mockingbird : fifty years later / Angela Shaw-Thornburg
  • Spooks, masks, haints, and things that go bump in the night : fear and Halloween imagery in To Kill a Mockingbird / Michael J. Meyer
  • “Rigid and time-honored code” : sport and identity in To Kill a Mockingbird / Carl F. Miller
  • Symbolic justice : reading symbolism in Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird / Jochem Riesthuis
  • Walking in another’s skin : failure of empathy in To Kill a Mockingbird / Katie Rose Guest Pryal
  • “Enable us to look back” : performance and disability in To Kill a Mockingbird / Lisa Detweiler Miller
  • “Just one kind of folks” : the normalizing power of disability in To Kill a Mockingbird / Hugh McElaney
  • To Kill a Mockingbird perceptions of “the other” / Alec Gilmore.