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'Mockingbird' Actress Hopes 'Watchman' Will Become Classroom Classic

The actress who brought Scout Finch to life in an Oscar-winning movie more than 50 years ago hopes Harper Lee's controversial new novel, "Go Set a Watchman," will become a staple in literature classes, just as its beloved predecessor did. Mary Badham, who was 10 when she played Scout in the 1962 movie adaptation of Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning "To Kill a Mockingbird," told a packed audience at a Manhattan reading on Tuesday that she thinks readers will learn a...

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