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Nelle Harper Lee, who won the Pulitzer for fiction for her book To Kill a Mockingbird has at 89 years old. The author was on April 28th, 1926 in Monroeville, Alabama. In 1949 she to New York, where she worked as an airlines reservation while pursuing a writing . Eight years later she submitted the for To Kill a Mockingbird to J.B. Lippincotts and Co., and after some it was published, receiving both critical and commercial . The story became an American national , and a defining text on the racial in the Deep South. A film adaption was in 1962 and became an instant . But it wasn't until last year that the got new work from Harper Lee, when Go Set a Watchman, a to her original work, was released. Publisher Random House confirmed the this afternoon and tweeted, 'Today we lost a beautiful .'


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