Go Set a Watchman - Part 5, Chapters 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

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Part 5 opens with Chapter 13. Jean Louise tries to sneak into her room but Aunt Alexandra calls to her. Alexandra is getting the refreshments ready for the Coffee. Alexandra asks where Jean Louise has been. When Jean Louise says she's been to visit Calpurnia, Alexandra clearly disapproves. She says no one visits a black home anymore. She says the blacks are “shiftless,” insolent, and undependable. She then asks Jean Louise to begin getting the living room ready for their guests. Jean Louise goes to the living room and sits down. She wonders how people can hold such prejudiced attitudes with a clear conscience. She considers that she might be the one who's changed.

The guests arrive on time. They gather in groups, based on their most important interests, including children, families, and work. Jean Louise catches pieces of conversations, including some very prejudiced...

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