Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman (Harper Collins) is a book born of controversy. From whether it should have been published at all, to shattering the reputation of beloved characters in To Kill a Mockingbird, Michael Silverblatt and Bookworm producer Connie Alvarez take a look at what, if any, worth this new book brings to the literary scene. What happens when a draft version of a classic gets out into the world? What does it mean for the writing, the writer, and the readers who loved the original?
Harper Lee: Go Set a Watchman
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- Connie Alvarez - Communications Director