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I don't know if I trust Marja. I heard the NPR interview and still was unsure about her ethics. The content was flat and I didn't like the "selfie" vibe I got from Marja.
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Oddly enough, the question of whether Harper Lee or her sister Alice contributed to this book can be argued without a genuine resolution. They are elderly, but not all elderly people are incompetent. The question can be; could this author have gathered her stories about the sisters without ever having spoken with them, and she pretty much could have. Which does not say she didn't speak to them, about the article she wrote about encouraging everyone in Chicago to read the same book at the same time, To Kill a Mockingbird. Although this is a an interesting, well written discussion about the woman who wrote to Kill a Mockingbird and her hometown, there is nothing new here. The book is well written, interesting, if you are new to Harper Lee's history, but if Harper Lee says she did not agree or contribute to a book, there is every reason to believe her.
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I love To Kill A Micking Bird. This book was facinating to read. I have learned so much about Nel Harper and her life. A eeally lovely book.
I thought I'd enjoy it, but didn't realise I wouldn't be able to stop listening!