Presented by Nancy Grisham Anderson, associate professor of English and director of Actions Build Community, Auburn University–Montgomery
To Kill a Mockingbird celebrates the 50th anniversary of its publication in 2010. Despite its successes, myths about the novel–some serious and some humorous–abound. A discussion of some of these myths underscores the subtlety, the complexity, the richness and the honesty of this enduring Alabama classic, and contributes to the celebration of the success of Harper Lee’s remarkable novel.
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