Harper lee to kill a mockingbird critical essays

Writing in The New York Times Book Review in 2006, Garrison Keillor summed up Ms. Lee's rise to fame: "A tomboy from Monroeville, Ala., editor of her college humor magazine, The Rammer Jammer, and law school dropout, she took it on the lam to New York, got a job, made friends and managed to write a novel that hit the best-seller lists and stayed there, won a Pulitzer, got made into a major movie and became a staple of high school English along with "Romeo and Juliet" and "The Great Gatsby." Total sales are somewhere around 30 million, and it continues to sell hundreds of thousands of copies a year."

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