Directions and example for the To Kill a Mockingbird Research Project

To Kill a Mockingbird

by Harper Lee

The Life and Times of Harper Nell Lee

Kandi Massey

Harper Lee grew up in the Depression-era South, Monroeville, Alabama ("Harper Lee" para 1).

 

During this time, she witnessed the trial of the Scottsboro Boys, who were accused of raping two white women ("Harper Lee" para 5). 

 

Her father, Amasa Lee, was a lawyer who lost a case in which two black men were accused of killing a white man" ("Harper Lee b. 1926" para 3).

 

After graduating from college, she attended law school at the University of Alabama.

 

She wrote To Kill a Mockingbird from a series of short stories. 

 

 

Children in Alabama during the Great Depression.

After graduating from college, she attended law school at the University of Alabama.

 

To Kill a Mockingbird Effects

It exposed the backwards thinking that caused the problems in society at that time. 

 

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