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Phoebe Adams, review in Atlantic Monthly, Vol 206, August 26, 1960, pp. 98-99.

R. A. Dave, "To Kill a Mockingbird. Harper Lee's Tragic Vision," in Indian Studies in American Fiction, edited by M. K. Naik, S K. Desai, Punekar S. Mokashi, and M Jayalakshammanni, Kamatak University Press, 1974, pp. 31123.

Fred Erisman, "The Romantic Regionalism of Harper Lee," in The Alabama Review, Vol 26, No 2, April, 1973, pp. 122-36.

NIck Aaron Ford, review in PHYLON, Vol. XXII, Second Quarter (June), 1961, p. 122.

William T Going, "Store and Mockingbird. Two Pulitzer Novels about Alabama," in his Essays on Alabama Literature, The University of Alabama Press, 1975, pp. 9-31.

Granville Hicks, "Three at the Outset," in Saturday Review, Vol. XLIII, No 30, July 23, 1960, pp. 15-16.

Harding leMay, "Children Play Adults Betray," in New York Herald Tribune Book Review, July 10, 1960, p. 5.

Richard Sullivan, "Engrossing First Novel of Rare Excellence," Chicago Sunday Tribune, July 17, 1960, p. 1.

Keith Waterhouse, review in New Statesman, October 15, 1960, p...

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