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This Is The Official Cover Of Harper Lee's New Novel, “Go Set A Watchman”

The author's sequel to To Kill a Mockingbird will be released on July 14, 55 years after the original novel.

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This is the book cover for Harper Lee's highly anticipated novel, titled Go Set a Watchman.

Image courtesy of Harper Collins

This sequel to To Kill a Mockingbird comes 55 years after the original novel was published and has also been the source of some controversy.

Harper Collins / Via marshall.edu

After the news broke, there were concerns about whether Lee was being exploited or not because of her health and state of mind, but an investigation by the state of Alabama found no evidence of fraud.

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Go Set a Watchman was reportedly written before To Kill a Mockingbird. The story takes place 20 years after everything that happens in the first installment, and is about the homecoming of Scout.

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