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  • Lee explores with exuberant humourthe irrationality of adult attitudes to race and class in the Deep South of the 1930s.

    The Week
  • Someone rare has written this very fine novel, a writer with the liveliest sense of life and the warmest, most authentic humour. A touching book; and so funny, so likeable

    Truman Capote
  • There is humour as well as tragedy in this book, besides its faint note of hope for human nature; and it is delightfully written in the now familiar Southern tradition

    Sunday Times
  • Her book is lifted...into the rare company of those that linger in the memory...

    Bookman
  • Unbelievably, TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, has never been properly available in Britain until now - but Harper Lee's wonderful novel, first published in 1960, has been worth the wait. Sissy Spacek brings all the characters to life as young Scout Finch watches her lawyer father, Atticus, do battle for the life of a black man who's been accused of the rape of a white girl in a Deep South town steeped in ignorant prejudice. Set in the 1930s, this is a tale that will never age...

    Kati Nicholl, Daily Express

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