To Kill a Mockingbird | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Leo Ward

This literature criticism consists of approximately 1 page of analysis & critique of To Kill a Mockingbird.
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Critical Essay by Leo Ward

Both the style and the story [of To Kill a Mockingbird] seem simple, but no doubt it is quite an achievement to bring them to that happy condition. What a greenhorn from the North may enjoy most is how quietly and completely he is introduced to ways of seeing and feeling and acting in the Deep South…. [Harper Lee, unknown until this book appeared,] will not soon be forgotten. (p. 289)

Leo Ward, in Commonweal (copyright © 1960 Commonweal Publishing Co., Inc.; reprinted by permission of Commonweal Publishing Co., Inc.), December 9, 1960.

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