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To Kill a Mockingbird/Eng Ms. Agosta   Tags: agosta, harper lee, to kill a mockingbird  

A guide to assist you with researching Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird and southern life in the American 1930s.
Last Updated: Mar 31, 2013 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates
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    Books in our Library

    This is not a complete list. Search Destiny for additional titles or use this Resource List (on Destiny).

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    The Story Behind Harper Lee's to Kill a Mockingbird - Bryon Giddens-White

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    Racism in Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird - Candice Mancini (Editor)

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    Understanding to Kill a Mockingbird - Claudia D. Johnson

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    The 1930's - Petra Press

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    America in The 1930s - Jim Callan

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    • Library Catalog: Destiny
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    Resources on the Virtual Reference Collection

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    • ABC-CLIO: American History,
    • SIRS Decades, and
    • History Study Center, or
    • eLibrary

    Use the following databases on the Virtual Reference Collection: Proquest Learning Literature, Literature Resource Center and Bloom's Literary Reference.

    You may also use the biographical databases in the 'Biography' section of the VRC.


    Resources on the Gale Virtual Reference Library

    Gale Virtual Reference Library/GVRL (eBooks)

    • American Decades
    • Literature and its Time
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    • Twanye's
    • Encyclopedia of Mental Health

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