The Last Juror - Part 2, Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 29 Summary

Willie published all the letters he received regarding his editorial. Most did not agree with him, but he did receive letters from a group of high school students that agreed with him and did not want to go to war.

Willie's landlord, Max Hocutt died on New Year's Day of 1972. His sisters, who also lived in the house, came to tell Willie and to ask him to go look at Max and make sure he was dead. He did and while in the house they told him that they were moving to Florida and wanted him to buy the home and the Mercedes. The house was a gorgeous dilapidated mess. He was hesitant, but after a couple of days said yes to both the car and the house.

When Willie went to lunch at the Ruffin's that Thursday, he knew something was wrong as soon...

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