A Place at the Table Setting

Susan Rebecca White
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Emancipation, North Carolina

This is the place in North Carolina that was founded by Grandfather Stone. It is entirely owned and run by former slaves. It is later purchased and absorbed into the neighboring county when the tax liens aren't paid. This is also where James and Alice find the lynched boy in the woods.

Decatur, Georgia

Decatur, Georgia is where the first part of the story takes place as it is where Bobby grows up. He and his family live in the suburbs, there. It is depicted as a prim and proper, traditional Southern town, and Bobby's home is one where both parents try to project the 'perfect' image.

Manhattan

This is a vibrant and welcoming town to Bobby. This is where he finds acceptance, kindred spirits, and a chance to make something of himself. This is where he spends the rest of the book.

Cafe Andres

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