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A Summer to Die Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

New England

Meg Chalmers has only lived in one house her entire life. But she must move with her family from their family home in a small New England town to the country.

The Farm

Charles Chalmers must complete the book he is writing. He decides that he needs the solitude of a farm to finish it where he won't be disturbed by distractions from the university where he is a professor.

Macwahoc Valley Consolidated School

Meg and Molly Chalmers have to leave their school in the small New England town where live when they move to the country. Their parents tell them that Macwahoc Valley Consolidated School is the name of the new school they will attend.

The Farmhouse

The farmhouse that the Chalmers family rents for the year that Charles needs to finish his book was originally built in 1840. The family has to make some adjustments...

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