At this place when she is young and newly married, Dorothea meets a spiritualist who convinces her to become an "eccentric" and shed all social responsibility and live whatever flights of fancy enter her mind.
Dorothea fashions these objects, which she expects her daughter, Artie, to use to literally fly.
This object is evidence of Artie's attempts to fly.
These objects are teaching aids used by Dorothea on both her infant daughter and her infant granddaughter.
Artie is offered a job in this place, which she accepts, leaving her daughter with Dorothea and ensuring that she will not see her own child for many years.
For a long time this object is the only point of connection between Echo and her mother.
The Book Fair
This place is where Artie...
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