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MARY MCDONAGH MURPHY: I think it’s exciting for readers to see what happened to Scout and to find out where she went and how she did. So that — is a big part of the book. Scout’s in New York, she’s traveling home, and then of course to see Atticus at an advanced age. He’s 72, he’s got rheumatoid arthritis, and the relationship between a grown up daughter and her father is a big, big part of the book. STEP... Source: pbs.org

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