Melissa M. Taylor

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‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ is Still Relevant Because it Forces Us to Confront Ourselves 

Mon Jun 6 , 2022
  Parris is peering into a crumpled paperback with a enormous smile on his facial area.   “Mr. Singer, I like this book…” he says.    He stops, pauses and provides, “I detest what’s happening, but I love the reserve.”   In my center university classroom, which is a pretty regimen reaction to […]