Atticus Finch Is Depicted as Racist in Harper Lee's New Novel

Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman is one of the most anticipated books of the year. (It comes out on Tuesday, but the first chapter was published Friday in several newspapers.) Lee wrote it before her classic debut, To Kill a Mockingbird, but it's set

The first chapter of Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman was released earlier this week, and a lot of folks were none too pleased to learn of Atticus Finch's racism. Whether or not you're keen to start the To Kill a Mockingbird precursor shrouded in

Harper Lee's new novel, Go Set a Watchman, might be an uncomfortable read for To Kill a Mockingbird fans, and not just because friends of the 89-year-old author have claimed she was manipulated into publishing the sequel. The new shocker: Atticus Finch

The first chapter of Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman was released earlier this week, and a lot of folks were none too pleased to learn of Atticus Finch's racism. Whether or not you're keen to start the To Kill a Mockingbird precursor shrouded in

The first chapter of Harper Lee's Go Set A Watchman was published Friday in the Wall Street Journal and the Guardian newspaper, in advance of the book's release next week. NPR shares a reading from the opening of the book that features familiar 

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