The Yearling, Flag
This is used as a symbol to parallel Jody's own development and must be slain at the end of the novel.
The Bear, Old Slewfoot
This is used as a symbol to represent the persistent and superior forces of nature, embodying its wild force and is the main enemy hunted throughout the novel.
The Sink Hole
This is where the Baxter family receives all their water, including drinking, cooking, washing and that for hydrating the animals.
This is the location of Grandma Hutto's home and the site of Boyles' store where the Baxters are able to get the finer things in life, such as fabric, needles and thread.
This is a clearing in the middle of the scrub country where Penny has made a homestead and raises his family.
This is a clearing in the wilderness, providing a secure space...
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