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This audio study guide for To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee includes detailed summary and analysis of each chapter and an in-depth exploration of the book’s multiple symbols, motifs, and themes, such as growing up, language, literacy, and learning. Featured content also includes commentary on major characters, 25 important quotes, essay questions, and discussion topics.
Published in 1960, this Pulitzer Prize-winning American classic is inspired by events and observations that took place in Lee’s hometown during the Great Depression. Set in Maycomb, Alabama, the novel is narrated by a young girl named Scout, whose coming-of-age experiences with racism and class closely mirror Lee’s.
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