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Page history last edited by Ashlen Cyr 11 years, 9 months ago

 

 

 

Harper Lee 

 

    

            

 

          

 

                                               

                                                                 

 

  I, Harper Lee, was born on April 28th, 1926, in Monroeville, Alabama. I was the youngest of four children. I attended Huntington College, a private school for women in Mongomery, Alabama for a year. Afterwards I transferred to the University of Alabama, which I attended from 1995 to 1950.When my college carreer ended I moved to New York to pursue writing, but got a job as a clerk for Eastern Airlines. When my friends offered to loan me enough money I began writing full time for one year. I quit my job and penned to the first draft of To Kill a Mockingbird. It was 1957 when i submitted the manuscript to a publishing house and began a two-year process of revision. When I recieved my review back, they wanted me to rewrite the entire book and pointed out some good things about it. I didn't give up and continued working on it for two more years. In 1960 To Kill a MockingBird was published and it was my first novel ever written. June 1966 I was one of the two persons named by President Johnson to the National Council of Arts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Comments (5)

Mallory Roth said

at 10:07 am on Apr 29, 2009

i am gooooddd

snelson@bluevalleyk12.org said

at 7:06 pm on May 1, 2009

Mallory and Ashlen,
Check your facts about Harper Lee. Her father was an attorney and he would have been born in about 1900 - long after the Civil War. Mrs. Nelson

snelson@bluevalleyk12.org said

at 7:30 pm on May 1, 2009

REMEMBER TO STAY CONSISTENT WITH YOUR INFORMATION - YOU MOVE FROM 3RD PERSON TO 1ST PERSON. DECIDE ON ONE AND STAY WITH THAT. MRS. NELSON

Mallory Roth said

at 9:53 am on May 11, 2009

thanks for your help nelly love you!

snelson@bluevalleyk12.org said

at 11:52 pm on May 15, 2009

Well, I thought this was a great improvement. I like the collage and the information about Harper Lee is both interesting and factual. I would like for you to edit the writing. Remember always I never i and if a sentence is too long it is okay to divide it up and avoid writing run on sentences. Just a little more to do. I will tell you I wasn't expecting the sound and the volume was turned all the way up on my lap top. Needless to say you woke up my husband and my dog Ellie. I will look forward to the sound on Monday because I am sure you selected it with the same consideration you selected the visual. If you wanted to add a few more pictures to your collage, that would be okay too. Mrs. Nel

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