After Words with Charles Shields
Author Charles Shields talked about Mockingbird, his book on the life of author Harper Lee and the controversy surrounding the recent discovery of Ms. Lee’s manuscript, Go Set a Watchman. Ms. Lee wrote the work before To Kill a Mockingbird but never published it. Mr. Shields was interviewed by Neely Tucker, a staff writer for the Washington Post Magazine. close
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