Readers complained that there is missing sentences and paragraphs in the final pages of “Go Set A Watchman”. It is unknown how many of the books purchased are missing the pieces of text. The Publisher Penguin Random House, said the misprint occurred after an error at the printers resulted in six pages towards the end of the UK edition. Replacement copies are currently being printed to resolve the issue. Many of the misprinted books were sold through Amazon, which sent an email on Wednesday to all customers who had purchased Go Set a Watchman and offered to replace all books with missing text free of charge.
The UK edition of Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman sold more than 105,000 copies on release day but some were missing text in the final pages. Photograph: Hannah McKay/PA
African-American students attempt to get served at a lunch counter reserved for white customers in Virginia in 1960. Photograph: Bettmann/Corbis
Atticus as a fictional character that meets his daughter’s eye in Mockingbird. There he appears to be a champion of civil rights, but in the (fictional) truth revealed in Watchman, he is “really” a racist. This is typical in the North of the United States.ie: Aversive racism