Presumption of Guilt Setting & Symbolism

Terri Blackstock
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St. Clair, Florida

St. Clair, Florida is a small town near St. Petersburg and Tampa. It is also the town that is the primary setting for the novel. St. Clair is also where the children's home is located.

St. Clair Children's Home

The St. Clair Children's Home (SCCH) is an orphanage or state home in the novel. It is the home that Beth formerly lived when she taken away from her mother by the state. It is also where Jimmy and Lisa Westin live. It is the home that Beth is investigating and writing a story about for her paper so that she can get Bill Brandon arrested.

Jimmy's Shoebox

Jimmy keeps a shoebox under his bed at the children's home. The box contains all of his important belongings. Inside the box are his baseball cards and some pictures of him and Lisa.

Gun

Beth has a gun...

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