The Harper Lee Collection: To Kill a Mockingbird + Go Set a Watchman (Dual Slipcased Edition)

The Harper Lee Collection To Kill a Mockingbird Go Set a Watchman Dual Slipcased Edition Now available together in a special boxed set Pulitzer Prize winning author Harper Lee s bestselling novels To Kill a Mockingbird and Go Set a Watchman Set in the small town of Maycomb Alabama and

  • Title: The Harper Lee Collection: To Kill a Mockingbird + Go Set a Watchman (Dual Slipcased Edition)
  • Author: Harper Lee
  • ISBN: 9780062423351
  • Page: 150
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Now available together in a special boxed set, Pulitzer Prize winning author Harper Lee s bestselling novels To Kill a Mockingbird and Go Set a Watchman.Set in the small town of Maycomb, Alabama, and featuring characters that have become indelible in American culture, Harper Lee s beloved classic of Southern literature, To Kill a Mockingbird and her newly found novel, Go SNow available together in a special boxed set, Pulitzer Prize winning author Harper Lee s bestselling novels To Kill a Mockingbird and Go Set a Watchman.Set in the small town of Maycomb, Alabama, and featuring characters that have become indelible in American culture, Harper Lee s beloved classic of Southern literature, To Kill a Mockingbird and her newly found novel, Go Set a Watchman, offer a haunting portrait of race and class, innocence and injustice, hypocrisy and heroism, tradition and transformation in the Deep South of the 1930s and 1950s that resonates today.Enduring in vision, Harper Lee s timeless novels illuminate the complexities of human nature and the depths of the human heart with humor, unwavering honesty, and a tender, nostalgic beauty, and will be celebrated by generations to come.

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    1. I was hesitant to read it because I was afraid it would never reach the level of excellence of Mockingbird. However I was pleased to find myself right back in the lives of Scout and Atticus. I do agree that some of the storyline and thinking are controversial, but you have to consider the time period in which it was written. I found that I couldn't put it down just like Mockingbird. I like that Ms. Lee left some storylines hanging--real life is rarely tied up in a pretty bow.

    2. Reese Witherspoon did a wonderful job reading this audio version. Her easy-southern was not fake, and her Jean Louise is not irritatingly harsh. Peering out someone else's window to the world may come as a shock, especially when you always took for granted that you peered out the same window. It's nice to have a book published in our age that was written during a different era. We get accustomed to our pudding that we call PC; it's refreshing to be thrown some shaved ice to wake us up. I, a nort [...]

    3. I found it hard to like this book, at times I labored over the pages. What I fail to understand is if it was a draft which was rejected, why make the decision to publish it? I feel it came in riding on the coattails of To Kill a Mockingbird, with readers picking it up to read solely because of its author. I found it bland and it evoked no great emotion in me.

    4. "To Kill A Mockingbird" The Social Justice Literary Classic that aired The South's Dirty Laundry with Grace and Eloquence only found in the South brought to life by the larger than life American Classic herself Sissy Spacek. Harper Lee, a "Proper" Southern Lady raised in Central Alabama with her best childhood friend Truman Capote penned this amazing piece of literature; "To Kill A Mockingbird." The Audible version, read by the great Sissy Spacek, shouldn't be missed. Sissy's voice, diction, and [...]

    5. WonderfulI wanted to revisit mockingbird when it wasn't required reading, and watchman was a great add on. I am glad I took the time and thought.

    6. This boxset represents that I have read To Kill A Mockingbird again for Honors English 9. Boring. (Might write more later).

    7. To Kill a Mockingbird was great, however Go Set a Watchman was readable, but in comparison very poor. If you liked her first book, I would not read the second one.

    8. I can fully understand why many people were disappointed with this book because the character of Atticus Finch, a man we all thought we knew, is reveal to be something somewhat different. To Kill A Mockingbird was written from the point of view of a very young child. Scout has grown into a woman and she resides in New York City, so she has become wiser and more astute as she had to be in order to function as a young woman alone in the big city. When she returns to Macomb County, she views the re [...]

    9. First time reading Mockingbird. I liked it a lot but wasn't overly impressed. I was expecting something much more eye opening and thought provoking. That being said, I would have enjoyed reading Mockingbird in high school much more than others, such as A Streetcar Named Desire.Since this was my first reading of Mockingbird, I also read Watchman for the first time. I couldn't finish it. I can count on one hand the times I have not been able to finish a book. Unfortunately, this was one of those t [...]

    10. Shoot all the blue jays you want, if you can hit ‘em, but remember it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird. Atticus to JemThis review is for To Kill a Mockingbird only.This is the second time I’ve read To Kill a Mockingbird and the only novel I’ve read by Harper Lee. The novel is southern gothic, told in the first person narrative of Jean Louise Finch, better known as Scout. Scout, is a six year old tomboy, who lives with her older brother Jem, and widowed father Atticus in 1930s Maycomb, Alaba [...]

    11. To Kill a Mockingbird is definitely 5 stars and a must read book. Go Set a Watchman? Well, it was interesting, and I enjoyed it up to a point, but it is NOT To Kill a Mockingbird. I also think that all the controversy surrounding this book is correct. Harper Lee never intended this book to be published. It was the book which led to her book, "To Kill a Mockingbird," but it is not the same caliber. If her sister and protector had not died first, this book would never have been published, as Harpe [...]

    12. I really enjoyed re reading To Kill a Mockingbird as an adult. I enjoyed it much more than the first time around. Especially the antics of the children trying to arouse Mr. Radley from his house. Go Set a Watchman was enjoyable as well however there were some clear continuity issues with her first book. This is understandable due to the manuscript like nature of the text. I really enjoyed the small peaks into the life of Scout and Jem that we did not get to see in her first book. Like the period [...]

    13. Exceptional finish to my favorite charactersThis was one I was afraid to read, being that "To Kill A Mocking Bird" was the one singular book that turned me into a avid book reader over 35 years ago. As I finished this story this morning I can honestly say there is no other ending this story could end with! We have to remember this is how people felt and feared in this era. I recommend who ever lost themselves in 6th grade reading To Kill A Mocking Bird, take the time to read Go Set A Watchman!

    14. It's left my inner self twisted up.I had never read To Kill a Mockingbird, but always knew I should. So I read both of the books consecutively. Attics- what a let down. I see your reasoning but it's misguided. But then again, the full story isn't about the injustice of slavery, it's about the discovery of self, a self that is imbued and impacted by the events and beliefs of one's existence.

    15. I highly recommend TKAM to everyone. It's a classic and worth the time. I would skip TSAW, if I could go back, I would pass on it. It almost ruined the original story for me.

    16. It was interesting to see the story from a different perspective. The story didn't grasp me and the story kind of didn't flow. But it brought out the south and I did enjoy that.

    17. Excellent readingThese stories still ring true today. We can all learn a lesson from the people of Maycomb County. Strongly recommend reading them back to back.

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