To kill a mockingbird / Harper Lee Lee, Harper, 1926-

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Lee, Harper, 1926-
Subjects
Fathers and daughters - Fiction.; Southern States - Fiction.; Finch, Atticus, (Fictitious character)
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Adolescent; Adult; General; Juvenile; Specialized
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