Go Set a Watchman - Part 6, Chapters 15-17 Summary & Analysis

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Part 6 opens with Chapter 15. Jean Louise thinks about her Uncle Jack as she's leaving his house and believes he is “mad as a hatter,” but reassures herself that at least he knows he's crazy. She returns to the ice cream shop located on the lot where he childhood home was.

Jean Louise remembers the night of the Commencement Dance. Members of the graduating class invited their younger siblings to the dance. It was to be Jean Louise's first dance because Jem was a senior. He as captain of the football team. Henry was captain of the debate team but didn't have time for any other activities because of his work. Jean Louise was 14. She was heavyset and interested in Victorian poetry and detective novels.

Jean Louise didn't really want to go to the dance at first but Atticus persuaded her by saying...

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