Objects & Places from The Last Juror

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The Times Office - This place was in an old downtown building that came with the purchase of the business. This place had probably never been cleaned out. The building held a great deal of the town's history. Willie loved his office and spent most of his time there. There, he didn't feel lonely or bored.

Willie's Home - This place is an early twentieth century Victorian mansion. As beautiful as it is, it is a lonely place for one of the characters.

The Courthouse - This place was located at the center of town. It was also a central location in this story, since it was where most of the drama of the story took place.

Calia Ruffin's Porch - It is here where Willie becomes acquainted with Southern cuisine and made a dear friend. Willie became a part of the family here, which represented a...

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