Additional Resources for To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

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Edwin Bruell, "Keen Scalpel on Racial Ills." The English Journal, Vol 53, December, 1964, pp. 658-61.

An article that touches on Lee's "warm" portrayal of Scout and the ironic tone in Lee's treatment of the bigoted.

Claudia Durst Johnson, Understanding 'To Kill a Mockingbird': A Student Casebook to Issues, Sources, and Historic Documents, Greenwood Press, 1994.

Johnson's book is the most thorough analysis of the novel to date. She discusses the literary and historical context of the book, then analyzes its form, its connections to Gothic tradition, its treatment of prejudicial and legal boundaries, and its focus on communication. Johnson provides a large collection of sources relating to the novel, including documents about the "Scottsboro Boys" trials, the Civil Rights Movement, issues of stereotyping, the debates over Atticus in legal circles, and the censorship of the novel.

Frank H. Lyell, "One-Taxi Town," in The New York Book Review, July 10, 1960, pp...

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