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99 Percent Mine Setting

Sally Thorne
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Loretta's cottage

The family household is the setting for the main conflicts of the novel. The house is a pivotal location in the novel partly because the children are able to relive their own childhood memories. The house also represents the strength of the family's ties and the difficulties the children have faced to escape their old lives and stand on their own.

Darcy's bar

Darcy's bar is the setting for the beginning of her internal conflict. This space represents how she has fallen short of her photography dreams.

Truly's apartment

Truly's apartment is the setting where Darcy goes to relax and unwind, away from the tension of her own home and its proximity to Tom.

The airport

The airport is the setting where Darcy often strikes out on her own, representing the freshness of new beginnings. The novel ends here, signifying the opening of a new chapter for...

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