Children of the New World Setting

Alexander Weinstein
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The Crows Nest

This setting appears in the story "The Cartographers." Located in New York City, this is where Adam's office is located. This is the location where Barrett, Quimbly, and Adam create their memories for beaming. It is described as having "massive oak beams and a triangular plate glass window . . .” (23).

The Clay Mud Town

In the story “Heartland,” the narrator describes a destroyed town that has been ruined by developers abandoning projects. There are half-built houses left to rot in the constant rain and muddy front yards that never got the sod planned for them. The rain is relentless in this story, leaving the entire town under a blanket of slippery clay. On the side of the road, there are large pits of emptiness from other developer teams that took all the precious topsoil they could so the town could make a profit. Now the town is simply...

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