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New York Times:
The Invisible Hand Behind Harper Lee’s ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’
Harper Lee in 1963. (Nickname Nellie)
This is a very interesting story and I wish I was feeling better to really appreciate this story
behind the book.
From the movie.
As I was reading this I saw a number of other articles about this novel and it’s origins in
“Go Set A Watchmen” which was the original name of To Kill A Mockingbird.
I can’t believe I have missed all of these stories coming to light.
I am more confused than ever.
By Lisa Rein
The Washington Post
New Battle of Jamestown pits power lines against preservationists
From Food and Wine:
What is Bastille Day?
The Following was Copied and Pasted:
“The name Bastille day commemorates the beginning of the French Revolution with the Storming of the Bastille in 1789.”
It’s a day of celebration for France.
That’s it for this Tuesday night.
A brief update: I am more alert and able to read for short time periods. I am limited in my movements. It is really hard to walk at this point.
I was really praying this would be a short relapse but it isn’t looking like it will be.
I will get past this. I always do.