By Lee Harper (Author)

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A new translation of the masterpiece that was first published in 1960 and became one of the pillars of contemporary American literature. The book won the Pulitzer Prize for 1963, sold tens of millions of copies and was translated into more than forty languages. In Hebrew it was first published by Am Oved [1964]. "To Kill A Mockingbird" is a touching and thought-provoking coming-of-age novel, told with a light pen and captivating humor, and every person deserves to read it. Its plot takes place in the 1930s in Maycom, a sleepy town in the southern United States, which faces a moral and value crisis, when one of its residents, an African-American, is accused of raping a young white woman. The racism, violence and hypocrisy of the townspeople do not go unnoticed by Scout and Jem Finch, the children who are the heroes of the book, whose father, the lawyer Atticus Finch, is asked to defend the accused in court. Harper Lee is a descendant of Robert E. Lee, the revered commander of the Confederate forces in the American Civil War. Lee was born in 1926 in the state of Alabama in the United States. In the 1940s, while studying law at university, she wrote short stories that dealt with racism, an unusual topic at that time. After the dizzying success of  "To Kill A Mockingbird", she shut herself down and never published again. In 2015, a shelved novel called Natsav Khal Hal'alit was revealed, which she wrote before . The book deals with Scout's stories as a young woman who returned to her hometown. It too, like  "To Kill A Mockingbird", was an overnight bestseller. More details

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