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Harper Lee’s ‘Go Set a Watchman’ offers surprising shift MP3

GWEN IFILL: It has been treated as one of the major literary events of the year: the publication of Harper Lee’s second novel. Jeffrey Brown has the story. JEFFREY BROWN: The first surprise was the existence of the book itself. That brought huge national interest. And bookstores across the country have fielded record pre-orders and many are planning release parties. It also raised questions along the way about w... Source: pbs.org

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