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To Kill a Mockingbird

New Windmills

One of a series of fiction titles for schools. Scout, the keen-eyed narrator, and her brother Jem interrupt their games to champion their lawyer father when, in a hostile, racist town in the American South, he battles to defend Tom, who is black and accused of murder.

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Einband gebundene Ausgabe
Seitenzahl 288
Erscheinungsdatum 05.09.1966
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-0-435-12096-2
Reihe New Windmills
Verlag Pearson
Maße (L/B/H) 131/193/18 mm
Gewicht 336
Buch (gebundene Ausgabe, Englisch)
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Verena Zimmermann, Thalia-Buchhandlung Nuernberg

There is a good reason why this is a modern classic and hasn't lost of it's acutality.It has this special "story of a summer"-feeling like "Standy by me" and very lovely charakters There is a good reason why this is a modern classic and hasn't lost of it's acutality.It has this special "story of a summer"-feeling like "Standy by me" and very lovely charakters

Jakob Bühring, Thalia-Buchhandlung Eisenach

Ein Klassiker der amerikanischen Literatur in der Originalsprache. Unbedingt mal lesen. Tiefgründig und anrührend. Ein Klassiker der amerikanischen Literatur in der Originalsprache. Unbedingt mal lesen. Tiefgründig und anrührend.

Vanessa Pludra, Thalia-Buchhandlung Berlin

Ein absoluter Klassiker, den jeder mal gelesen haben muss. Eine spannende Handlung, die mit brillanten Charakteren überzeugen kann. Unbedingt lesen! Ein absoluter Klassiker, den jeder mal gelesen haben muss. Eine spannende Handlung, die mit brillanten Charakteren überzeugen kann. Unbedingt lesen!

„shoot all the bluejays you want, if you can hit`em, but remember, it`s a sin to kill a mockingbird“

Nina Grahmann, Thalia-Buchhandlung Hamburg

If somebody asked me about my fabourite books, I would say that this is definitely number one. I have never read anything that is more compassionate and warm than this book.

Young Scout Finch grows up in 1930`s Alabama together with her brother Jem. As their father, a lawyer, defends a black man who is charged with rape, Scout is
If somebody asked me about my fabourite books, I would say that this is definitely number one. I have never read anything that is more compassionate and warm than this book.

Young Scout Finch grows up in 1930`s Alabama together with her brother Jem. As their father, a lawyer, defends a black man who is charged with rape, Scout is about to learn about prejudice and violence, but also what it means to be open minded and to have true friends.

Having released the book in 1960, Harper Lee won the Pulitzer Prize for "To kill a mockingbird" in 1961.
This is the 50th anniversary edition.

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