Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

John Berendt
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Chapter 21 Summary

The jury called to the retrial of Williams is not pleased with having to stay on trial for two weeks. Lawton begins by calling the police photographer to the stand. When Sonny cross-examines her, he shows her two different pictures in which a chair and a pouch have been moved. The photographer admits the positions of the chair and pouch appear to have been altered. As the trial goes on, the Judge Oliver continues to fall asleep at the bench. Minerva is outside the courtroom, waiting for her turn to testify. While on the stand, she plans to put curses on Lawton, Judge Oliver, and the entire jury. Emily Bannister also sits outside the courtroom. At Clary's drugstore, Luther Driggers says Williams messed up by not getting rid of Danny's body. Mr. Lovejoy, an elderly scholar, who overhears Driggers' comment, denies that Danny...

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