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Banned book : to kill a mockingbird, by harper lee my favorite part of the book was when jem, dill, and scout in particular save atticus from being harmed while he was protecting tom from being hurt/killed by the people of maycomb while he was imprisoned. 'to kill a mockingbird' pulled from mississippi school district reading list biloxi school district says it received complaints that the language in harper lee's classic book makes people uncomfortable.
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