This is the cramped one-room place where the Erhardts live.
Lark feels comforted by the sound and vibrations caused by these, having grown up with them during her childhood.
The small town where the Erhardts live.
St. Boniface Catholic Church
The place of Lark's First Confession and First Communion.
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The house plans Lark finds in a catalog that she initially believes to be the solution to all her family's problems.
An item hanging on the wall near Lark's crib that includes a painting into which Lark often escapes.
Symbols of capitalism seem throughout the book.
Hometown of Lark's aunt and uncle.
Where Lark's grandparents live.
Where Lark is spanked and where Hilly is beaten.
A list kept by Lark that she believes she will need to confess in...
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