As one of the most iconic female writers, Harper Lee's death naturally struck a chord of sorrow with the world. Tributes have bloomed across many different platforms for this inspirational woman and the legacy of her work.
I saw the site where it all started, and remember putting down my rucksack on the corner of 15th and Monroe. There's an old quote about that. And funnily enough it comes from Mockingbird
'To Kill A Mockingbird' author Harper Lee has died, aged 89. It was confirmed that the reclusive writer had passed away in
Baby Finch is one of many whose name choice was influenced by a character who has now been shown to have had deeply unpalatable sides. Sides that are grossly offensive in our modern context (sides that would have been rightly offensive to many people when they were concieved of too, of course). And these sides were previously unknown outside of the mind of his creator.
Readers who were left stunned by the revelation that Harper Lee had penned a second novel might want to sit down for this
Harper Lee’s second novel ‘Go Set A Watchman’ has finally been released, and fans across the world queued through the night
Harper Lee Harper did exactly that, taking Jean-Louise's take back 20 years, and penning a story about her childhood. Plenty
It is no reverse anachronism to state that Harper Lee did not need to undertake an SEO campaign to boost amazon rankings of her novel in the past 15 years, and there's no content marketing case study from 1955.
Questions have been raised about the timing of a decision by Harper Lee, the famously private author of To Kill A Mocking
Soon, 'Harper Lee' was trending, and the jokes were coming thick and fast: Twitter had plenty of helpful suggestions for