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February 19, 2016
Barry Fricke walks past a Harper Lee sign with his son, Rocco, in Harper Lee's hometown of Monroeville,...
Monroeville, UNITED STATES
Barry Fricke walks past a Harper Lee sign with his son, Rocco, in Harper Lee's hometown of Monroeville...
Barry Fricke walks past a Harper Lee sign with his son, Rocco, in Harper Lee's hometown of Monroeville, Alabama February 19, 2016. Fricke, his wife, and their two children were traveling from Charleston, South Carolina to New Orleans, Louisiana when they decided to stop in Monroeville as "sort of a pilgrimage" to Harper Lee's hometown. Fricke said he and his wife, Kay Peddle, are big fans of "To Kill a Mockingbird" and were sad to learn of the writer's death. Harper Lee, who wrote one of America's most enduring literary classics, "To Kill a Mockingbird," about a child's view of right and wrong and waited 55 years to publish a second book with the same characters from a very different point of view, has died at the age of 89. REUTERS/Carmen K. Sisson
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