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To Kill A Mockingbird, the Pulitzer-prize winner proved enduring enough to overcome the popularity of hefty epics such as Harry Potter or The Lord of the Rings
Harper Lee's estate accuses Aaron Sorkin of straying too far from To Kill a Mockingbird in Broadway adaption
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The lawsuit argues that writer Aaron Sorkin’s script deviates too much from the novel.
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Harper Lee was the elusive author of To Kill a Mockingbird, a book that looked at racial injustice in a small Southern town through the eyes of a child.
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The world went into a frenzy when Harper Lee came out with her second novel Go Set A Watchman, 55 years after her literary masterpiece To Kill a Mockingbird.
Excitement soared with the publication on Tuesday of Harper Lee's eagerly awaited, but controversial second novel as her lawyer hinted the reclusive 89-year-old may have written a third book.
Publisher HarperCollins, anticipating concerns that Atticus' harsh talk will disillusion millions of fans, issued a statement.
The 88-year-old author of "To Kill a Mockingbird" is "happy as hell" with the reactions to her decision to publish a second novel.
Hometown friends of author Harper Lee are struggling to reconcile a publisher's sensational announcement that her decades-old manuscript for a sequel will be released.
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Rediscovered last fall, Go Set a Watchman is essentially a sequel to To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, although it was finished earlier.
Harper Lee was once universally revered by her hometown of Monroeville, Alabama, but a legal battle over the shrine it built to honor her literary legacy is dividing the small southern city.
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The 87-year-old author has filed an application seeking a trademark for the book's title when it is displayed on clothing and other merchandise. The move is being challenged by the Monroe County Heritage Museum, which says it sells T-shirts and souvenirs with the words To Kill a Mockingbird to help fund its operations.
Why did writers like JD Salinger, Harper Lee and Emily Bronte write just one novel? For some reason, one life-altering novel proved quite enough for them as their life’s literary output.