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The Last Juror Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

The Times office

The offices of Willie's newspaper were in an old downtown building that came with the purchase of the paper. The offices had probably never been cleaned out. The building held a great deal of the town's history. Willie loved his office and spent most of his time there. There, he didn't feel lonely or bored.

Willie's Home

After his landlord's death, Willie bought his home, an early twentieth century Victorian mansion. He renovated the entire home, but as beautiful as it was, it was a lonely place for Willie. He loved it when Calia's family came to stay with him and filled the home with family.

The Courthouse

The Ford County courthouse was located at the center of town. It was also a central location in this story, since it was where most of the drama of the Danny Padgitt trial took place. The courthouse...

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