The Last Juror Themes

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The Last Juror is a story about Willie Traynor and his newspaper growing up and coming of age together. When Willie buys the paper, he had only worked at the Times for the two months before it went bankrupt. He had to learn how to be a journalist, publisher and editor all at the same time. He also had to learn how to make the paper a profitable enterprise. Willie didn't really fit in to his surroundings; he wasn't from Ford County as most people in town were. He was from the North, educated, and unmarried at the age of 20. He had little in common with the townspeople, and he had a find a way to relate to them in order to write stories and sell newspapers. He had the idea to begin a series of human interest stories, the first one being about Calia Ruffin...

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