He nui rawa ngā tuemi ōkiko o tēnei pūkete (100). Pāwhiri ki konei kia tirohia te katoa.
First pubished in 1960.
Absolutely thought-provoking story of a man setting a respectable example for his children, while defending the identity of an innocent black man at the heart of the south.
The book follows the life of Scout Finch showing the harsh and cruel face of racial segregation in United States.
A deep insight to the issue of racial segregation in the United States, particularly the state of Alabama during the Great Depression.
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