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"Christmas to Me" in McCall's
(Dayton), McCall's, 1961. Lee, writing the year she won the Pulitzer Prize for To Kill a Mockingbird, tells the story of the act of love from two friends [Michael and Joy Brown] that had given her the freedom to quit her job working for an airline in New York City and to write for one year -- or, as she puts it, "a full, fair chance at a new life." Wear to the spine and edges of the covers; very good. Other than her famous first novel, Harper Lee's appearances in print over the years have been few and far between. [#033638] SOLD

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