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The Last Juror Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, Chapter 32 Summary

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Part 3, Chapter 32 Summary

Willie became less concerned with the Padgitt's death threats as the family became more isolated and got involved in some legitimate enterprises.

The whole town knew that Willie did not attend church. He had a plan to change that. He decided to research the churches in town, all eighty-eight of them, by attending at least one service at each of them. He found that there were no Catholic, Episcopalian or Mormon churches, but plenty of Baptists and Pentecostals. It was 1974 when he began his assignment. He would attend a church on Sunday and write a short article on the experience for that week's newspaper. The column was widely popular.

Part 3, Chapter 32 Analysis

The one aspect of small-town Southern life that Willie has avoided is church attendance. There were so few "unchurched" people in Clanton that they were all known by name. Willie decides he should...

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