Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird

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Research & Education Assoc., 1994 - Study Aids - 118 pages
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Contents

To Kill A Mockingbird
5
Chapter 2
12
Chapter 3
18
Chapter 4
23
Chapter 5
27
Chapter 6
31
Chapter 7
34
Chapter 8
37
Chapter 18
75
Chapter 19
77
Chapter 20
80
Chapter 21
83
Chapter 22
86
Chapter 23
89
Chapter 24
92
Chapter 25
97

Chapter 9
41
Chapter 10
45
Chapter 11
49
Chapter 12
52
Chapter 13
57
Chapter 14
60
Chapter 15
64
Chapter 16
68
Chapter 17
72
Chapter 26
99
Chapter 27
102
Chapter 28
105
Chapter 29
108
Chapter 30
110
Chapter 31
112
Sample Analytical Paper Topics
114
Bibliography
119
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About the author (1994)

Dr. Anita Price Davis, a Rutherford County native, is a graduate of Appalachian State and Duke Universities; the Charles A. Dana Professor of Education Emerita of Converse College, where she taught 36 years; and a public school teacher of five years.

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