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Mark Childress on To Kill a Mockingbird

  • Aired: 04/02/2012
  • 02:37
  • Rating: NR
Mark Childress, author of Crazy in Alabama, describes how Harper Lee's protagonist Scout Finch, the narrator of To Kill a Mockingbird, was a radical voice of change in the segregated south of his childhood. Harper Lee: Hey Boo airs Monday April 2nd at 10 p.m. (check local listings).
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