Objects & Places from The Memory of Old Jack

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Port William

This is the location where the protagonist lived.

The Beechum Farm

This is the inheritance and life's work of the protagonist.

Farrier Place

This is a possession acquired by the protagonist that must be sold.

Louisville

This is the location of the residence where the wealthy couple lives.

Jasper's Shop

This is the location of the social center for the town.

Hargrave

This is in the center of the county where the novel is set.

The Civil War

This is symbolic of the distress in the south and devastated the protagonist's family.

Tobacco

This is a revenue maker in the protagonist's town.

Tractors

Symbolic of changing economic times, these replaced something typically used in agrarian society.

Church

This is where the protagonist and the protagonist's spouse met one another, and it serves as a place for social interaction.

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