All the Little Live Things Setting & Symbolism

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Mailbox

Jim Peck puts up a mailbox at the entrance to the Allston property without consulting Joe first. The mail that comes to Peck is usually junk and he leaves it on the ground, forcing Joe to burn it every day.

Swing

John puts up a swing for his daughter Debby to use, but the swing tires out Marian quickly as Debby insists on being pushed constantly.

Shed

Jim Peck builds an ugly shed at the top of the Allston road to house his motorcycle during the winter. Joe is unhappy with this shed because Peck did not ask permission to build it.

Corral

Joe Allston, John Catlin, and David Weld build a corral on the Allston property in order to house a new horse for six-year-old Debby to ride.

Sculpture

Fran LoPresti creates a sculpture out of junk, including a typewriter and hammer, that resembles a woman...

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