Film Review: ‘Hey Boo’
Mary McDonagh Murphy’s documentary about Harper Lee offers wonderful insights into To Kill a Mockingbird’s social and literary importance, as well as its author’s personality.
Harper Lee has become one of the most fascinating literary conundrums of recent times, as reclusive as she is famous. Born in Alabama, she won a Pulitzer Prize for To Kill a Mockingbird, her 1960 novel that was universally acknowledged as a masterwork and inspired the classic 1962 film adaptation starring Gregory Peck.
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