Friend of My Youth: Stories Setting & Symbolism

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Lake Huronappears in Friend of My Youth, Five Points, Meneseteung, Oranges and Ap

Many of the stories are set in the area around Lake Huron in Eastern Ontario, in small rural towns. This is country that can suffer extremely cold weather and harsh conditions, which reflects the suffering and pain of the various characters' lives.

Loganappears in Five Points, Pictures of the Ice, and Oh, What Avails

Five Points, Pictures of the Ice and Oh, What Avails are all set in this small town in Eastern Ontario, in the country around Lake Huron. Logan is a small place where one person's business is everyone's business. Gossip is prevalent, and it is hard for characters to avoid people they may not wish to see. There is a claustrophobic feeling to the town, as well as one of isolation due to the harsh weather that can occur. It also appears...

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