Everybody's Fool Setting

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North Bath

North Bath is a town located in upstate New York, near the Great Lakes. It is the main setting for the novel. North Bath is a small, rural-suburban town which is home to Sully, Raymer, Ruth, Zack, Charice, and other characters in the novel. Solidly working and lower middle-class, North Bath is deeply conservative, deeply religious, warm, and welcoming. Administered under the mayoralty of Moynihan, and with police services overseen by Raymer, North Bath has its good elements (such as people like Raymer, Sully, and Rub), its character elements (such as Carl) and its bad elements (such as Roy). In terms of pride, decoration, and events, North Bath has been lifelong rivals with Schuyler Springs, though both cities are set to merge public services such as their police and fire departments.

Schuyler Springs

Schuyler Springs is a town located in upstate New York near the Great Lakes...

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