Caddie Woodlawn Setting & Symbolism

Carol Ryrie Brink
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The Woodlawn Farm

The Woodlawns are prosperous, with several hired hands helping them work the largest house in Dunnville. Caddie’s familiarity with the farm and her willingness to work to keep it prosperous are integral parts of her character.

Dogs

Caddie and dogs seem to be attracted to each other. She likes them and accepts responsibility for them, and they attach themselves to her.

The Schoolhouse

The schoolhouse is where the Woodlawn children have their social interactions with other children of their neighborhood. It is where they have opportunity to demonstrate the strength of their beliefs by showing how they act towards others.

The Dunnville Forest

Caddie and her brothers are at home in their surroundings. The woods are not without danger, but they consider the dangers insignificant compared to the prospects for forage and adventure.

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