Winner of the 1961 Pulitzer Prize, To Kill a Mockingbird is still an important piece of American literature, we just need to adjust some things.

Show Notes

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Here are the links relating to the episode:

This is Harper Lee’s obituary in The New York Times.

This is a neat article about Lee herself.  It’s full of those juicy tidbits I love so much.

This is another great one on Lee herself, courtesy of Vulture.

How Do We Teach “To Kill a Mockingbird” and Honestly Confront Racism?

White People Need to Reckon with Atticus Finch’s Racism.  This is a smart, kind, and informative piece.

The truths “To Kill a Mockingbird” tells about white people.  A fan of the book tells some hard truths, but it’s a great read.