- — Gov. Robert Bentley (@GovernorBentley)Fri, Feb 19 2016 18:10:11We mourn the loss of Alabama’s treasured author Nelle Harper Lee. Her literary impact reaches far beyond the borders of our state & nation.
- — Gov. Robert Bentley (@GovernorBentley)Fri, Feb 19 2016 18:12:01You can read my full statement on the death of Alabama author Harper Lee here: http://1.usa.gov/1oxXTo6
- — John Lewis (@repjohnlewis)Fri, Feb 19 2016 16:37:09One of the great writers of all time, Harper Lee laid bare the soul of America and her work will continue to educate for generations.
- — John Green (@johngreen)Fri, Feb 19 2016 15:35:41When my son Henry was born, Ms. Lee signed a copy of Looking for Alaska for him with the inscription, "Welcome to the world Henry Atticus."
- — Jason Rezaian (@jrezaian)Fri, Feb 19 2016 16:29:02I re-read #tokillamockingbird during my trial. Touched me much more than when I first read it in high school. Rest in peace Harper Lee
- — Senator Tim Kaine (@timkaine)Fri, Feb 19 2016 17:16:11Harper Lee's lessons of race and dignity inspired me to become a civil rights lawyer. Her work endures and will inspire generations to come
- — erin brockovich (@ErinBrockovich)Fri, Feb 19 2016 16:36:51You know what... #TKAMB is a book that changed my life. Maybe i should write one. Harper Lee inspired me & hopefully I can pay it forward
- — Lauren Oliver (@OliverBooks)Fri, Feb 19 2016 16:00:32With one novel, Harper Lee created some of the most indelible characters and storytelling the world has ever seen. She will be remembered.
- — sarahdessen (@sarahdessen)Fri, Feb 19 2016 15:39:30Amazing author. Thank you always for Scout. https://twitter.com/bustle/status/700705501785370624 …
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