These have hidden meanings meant to convey a message to the reader.
Harry Nilson's Office
This place is a typical field office in spy fiction.
The Train Car
This place allows the reader to get to know characters intimately.
Al's Lunch Wagon
This is the setting for the first sympathizer in the novel.
This location houses the just-picked crop and is loosely protected.
The Train Station
This location is where the in-town action occurs.
This setting is used to house the strikers.
The Line of Old Cars
These objects symbolize the division between the men and the townspeople.
This object is a prize possession that sets one of the characters apart from the others.
These animals turn one of the characters against the cause.
This object symbolizes the sacrifice Party members are willing to make.
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