Marking the 50th anniversary of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, writer Andrew Smith visits the setting of To Kill a Mockingbird in Monroeville, Alabama, to see how life has changed in half a century.
Smith explores the book’s key themes, including the power of tolerance and generosity, and examines its historical and cultural context, speaking to a variety of individuals about the civil rights movement, the mysterious Harper Lee and the racial tensions of the deep South.
Contains offensive language
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