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    In this Aug. 20, 2007 photo, author Harper Lee smiles during a ceremony honoring the four new members of the Alabama Academy of Honor at the Capitol in Montgomery, Ala. Lee, elusive author of best-seller "To Kill a Mockingbird," died Friday, Feb. 19, 2016, according to her publisher, HarperCollins. She was 89. The Associated Press

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    Alice Lee, left, accepts birthday wishes from Monroe County Circuit Judge-elect Dawn Hare, center, and her sister, Pulitzer-winning author Harper Lee, right, in Monroeville, Ala., in this Sept. 11, 2006, photo. The Associated Press

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    The current cover of Harper Lee's classic "To Kill A Mockingbird." The Associated Press

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    In this Nov. 5, 2007, photo, President Bush presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to author Harper Lee during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House.

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    Gregory Peck embraces Mary Badham, who plays Scout, in the “To Kill a Mockingbird” film.

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    People listen to a marathon reading of "Go Set a Watchman" at the Old Monroe County Courthouse, the setting of "To Kill a Mockingbird" in Monroeville, Alabama July 14, 2015. The southern hometown of author Harper Lee, is celebrating the release of "Go Set a Watchman," Lee's first published novel in 55 years. Reuters

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    Gregory Peck depicts Atticus Finch, a small-town Southern lawyer who defends a black man accused of rape, in the 1962 movie “To Kill a Mockingbird,” based on the novel by Harper Lee. In “Go Set a Watchman,” Lee’s recently released second book, Atticus is still a man of principle, “exacting lasting change in a way that works in his time and setting,” a reader says.

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    Eric Richardson portrays Atticus Finch for a crowd gathered to buy "Go Set A Watchman" at Ol' Curiosities & Book Shoppe in Monroeville, Alabama, on July 13, 2015. In the southern hometown of author Harper Lee, a freight truck unloaded the first of 7,000 copies of "Go Set a Watchman" at a small bookshop just ahead of midnight, minutes before the release of Lee's first published novel in 55 years.

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    Copies of Harper Lee's book "Go Set a Watchman" are displayed on a table inside of a Barnes & Noble store in New York, July 14, 2015. The much-anticipated second novel by Lee was the most pre-ordered print title on Amazon.com since the last book in the "Harry Potter" series, Amazon said.

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