Go Set a Watchman Symbols & Objects

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The Watchman

Essentially, the Watchman is a person's conscience. It's first mentioned in this book during a sermon at the Methodist Church where Jean Louise attends with her family. Later, Uncle Jack uses the term to make Jean Louise understand that every man is part of a community and that every man's own Watchman is his own conscience. He goes on to say that Jean has, for too long, rested her own conscience on that of her father, following blindly into any ideal that he followed without applying her own Watchman to find out if she agreed.

Coffee

A Coffee, with a capital “C”, is an event in Maycomb during the time frame of the book. Aunt Alexandra hosts a Coffee for Jean Louise during her visit home from New York. Young women of the community are invited for coffee and refreshments, and they spend the time...

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