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Monroe County Courthouse, Monroeville, Alabama.

Monroe County Courthouse, Monroeville AL, USA

Jo Cahill Authors' Lives, Literary Worlds 4 Comments

EIGHT years after the publication of Harper Lee’s seminal work, To Kill a Mockingbird, the courthouse of her hometown opened as a part-time museum dedicated to her and her novel. In that time, she had won a Pulitzer Prize and the book had been converted to an Oscar-winning film. The museum became a full-time attraction in 1991. Strongly influenced by ...

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