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Go To Set a Watchman


by Harper Lee

The book's unexpected and controversial discovery, decades after it was written, together with the exceptional renown of the author's only other book, an American classic, caused its publication to be highly anticipated; Amazon stated that it was their "most pre-ordered book" since Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in 2007.


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Harper Lee brings a new novel emblematic set two decades after the story of the masterpiece won the Pulitzer, kill a Nightingale Maycomb, Alabama. To his twenty-six years, Jean Louise Finch - Scout - returns home from New York City to visit his elderly father, Atticus. In the context of tensions over human rights and political riots were transforming South, the homecoming of Jean Louise becomes sweet and sour when she discovers truths disturbing about his beloved and United family, the city and the people who most want to. Childhood memories invade it and sees questioned their values and fundamentals. With many of the characters more in to kill a Mockingbird. Go and put a sentry captures perfectly the situation of a young woman and a world immersed in a painful transition for leaving behind the illusions of the past, a trip that only can be guided by one's consciousness. Written in the mid-fifties, go and put a sentinel helps us to understand and appreciate to Harper Lee. This is an unforgettable novel of wisdom, humanity, passion, humor and spontaneous precision, a deeply emotional artwork that evokes another era without losing their full relevance for our times in a wonderful way. Not only confirms the Fadeless genius of to kill a Mockingbird, but it also represents an essential complement that adds depth, context and new meaning to American classic."

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ISBN-13:  9780062409850

Publisher:  HarperCollins

Publishers Publication date:  07/14/2015

Pages: 278

Product dimensions: 6.30(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.30(d)


Related Subjects: 

20th Century American Fiction - 1945-2000 Civil Rights – Fiction Fathers & Daughters – Fiction Race Relations - Fiction

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