Part 1, Chapters 1-3
• Go Set a Watchman is a novel by American author Harper Lee.
• Publicized as a sequel to Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, Go Set a Watchman is, in actuality, a first draft of To Kill a Mockingbird, and its publication has been highly controversial.
• As the story opens in Part 1, Chapter 1, Jean Louise Finch lives in New York and is aboard a train headed for her hometown of Maycomb, Alabama.
• Henry Clinton, a childhood friend known as Hank, is waiting for Jean Louise at the station; Jean Louise is currently involved in a relationship with Hank.
• On the drive to town, Hank asks Jean Louise if she'll marry him and she says she plans to “play until I'm 30.”
• From the age of 12, Henry lived in a boarding house across the street from the Finches' home; Henry’s mother died when he was 14 and Atticus looked...
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