On Friday morning, the world learned of the passing of Harper Lee, the beloved author of one of the most influential books in American history, To Kill a Mockingbird.
One of two books that Lee had published (the other, Go Set a Watchman, hit stores last July), To Kill a Mockingbird both broke readers' hearts and filled them, all while making record-breaking history in so many regards.
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In honor of Lee's life and revolutionary (a word that doesn't even do her work justice) novel, we've laid out a by the numbers guide for you with all the stats you need to know about Mockingbird's success.
As Lee wrote herself amongst the pages of her famed novel:
Atticus told me to delete the adjectives and I'd have the facts.
Remove all of the praise and critical claim that devours Mockingbird and you're left with the numbers below--numbers that speak for themselves.
Thank you, Ms. Lee. You will be sorely missed.
Estimated number of copies of To Kill a Mockingbird sold each year
Estimated number of copies of To Kill a Mockingbird that have been sold to date
Number of copies that To Kill a Mockingbird was originally estimated to sell in total
Year that Harper Lee stopped giving press interviews
Year that the To Kill a Mockingbird movie was released, starring Gregory Peck and Robert Duvall
Year that Harper Lee won a Pulitzer Prize for To Kill a Mockingbird
Year that To Kill a Mockingbird was published
Harper Lee's age when she passed away
Number of languages that To Kill a Mockingbird has been translated to today
Number of languages that To Kill a Mockingbird was translated to during its first year
Number of Academy Awards that the To Kill a Mockingbird movie won
Number of Golden Globes that the To Kill a Mockingbird movie won
Number of years that it took Harper Lee to write To Kill a Mockingbird
And just for kicks:
To Kill a Mockingbird's ranking by an organization of British librarians on a list of books that everyone should read before they die
The ranking of The Bible on that same list
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