This place is the region of South Wales where the Morgans reside and through which seams of coal run.
The Morgan family has three of these objects that grace the front room of their home. They are an ivory conductor's wand (engraved and embellished), a signed picture of Queen Victoria in a frame, and a framed rugby shirt.
The elderly Huw Morgan plans to use this object to wrap a few things to take with him as he leaves the little house for the last time. The cloth is all he has left of his mother and his old life in the valley.
This place is the coal plant up the hill from the Morgans' home, which is owned by the Evans family. It is a series of unnamed buildings and structures.
Almost everyone goes to this place. The service for...
This section contains 499 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)