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I just finished rereading "To Kill A Mockingbird." It's been decades since I first read it, and I had forgotten how influential it has been to me as a thinker and a writer. I love the detailed descriptions, feeling of the small town relationships and everyday perspectives on important moral issues.
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A rediscovered manuscript by James Agee & Walker Evans has been published by Melville. "A 400-page prose symphony [words & pictures] about three tenant farming families in Hale County, Alabama, at the height of the Great Depresssion." I'm looking forward to reading this.