INSPIRATION FOR TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD IN 1920-1929? YOU DECIDE!

By Azekahh
  • Women Granted the Right to Vote

    Women Granted the Right to Vote
    Possibly inspiring Harper Lee to believe that regardless of gender, race, or nationality, all people are the same? Things have to start small, and women being allowed to vote was a small step towards equality in the US. Some peple definitely saw it before others. Some people don't even see it today!
  • TIME Magazine Founded

    TIME Magazine Founded
    Possibly the first BIG BIG Magazine to be published Nationwide, as another gateway to fame, Lee might have decided this would be a great way to earn popularity.
    "You know, just like TIME Magazine!"
  • Movies With Sound Invented

    Movies With Sound Invented
    With Movies with sound being created before Harper Lee's birth, and the movie industry likely BOOMING at the time, it was a quick road to possible fame. It may have inspired her to want to become popular, whether she decided it would be by authoring a book or not at this point is undiscovered.
  • Adolf Hitler Publishes "Mein Kampf"

    Adolf Hitler Publishes "Mein Kampf"
    With the publishing of Hitler's hit classic, "Mein Kampf", Lee had all the more reason to undertake writing as a hobby an eventually gain the fame she seeked.
    "Why, if Hitler can do it, so can I!"
  • HARPER LEE IS BORN

    HARPER LEE IS BORN
  • First Full Sound Movie Released

    First Full Sound Movie Released
    "The Jazz Singer" is released to the public, shattering people's minds.
    Lee now has all the more reason to want to become famous, seeing the movie's wide success.
    "I dunno, man, I just... I wanna BE someone!"
  • Sliced Bread Invented

    Sliced Bread Invented
    Honestly I do not see a correlation between this and Harper Lee, but, it's sliced bread, it has to be on this timeline. It's important!
  • "Steamboat Willie" Released

    "Steamboat Willie" Released
    Movies, Animation, Writing, Athletics... So many gateways for Lee to take on the challenge of becoming the person she's always wanted to be.