Symbolic Objects - 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.
Anderson's Barn - This location houses the just-picked crop and is loosely protected.
The Train Station - This location is where the in-town action occurs.
The Camp - This setting is used to house the strikers.
The Line of Old Cars - These objects symbolize the division between the men and the townspeople.
Dakin's Truck - This object is a prize possession that sets one of the characters apart from the others.
The Pointers - These animals turn one of the characters against the cause.
Joy's Coffin -...
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