The Great Gilly Hopkins Setting

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Thompson Park

Thompson Park is the quaint, older suburb of Washington D.C., in Maryland, once its own town, that Gilly has gone to live in. It is the town where Mrs. Trotter and Mr. Randolph live, and where Gilly will attend school. Above the town is an old white church on a hill that overlooks the capital of the United States of America.

Virginia

Virginia is the state directly south of Maryland, where Gilly’s grandmother, Nonnie, lives in Loudoun County. Virginia is where Courtney lived and grew up.

Mrs. Trotter's House

Located in Thompson Park, Maryland, Mrs. Trotter’s house is a large, old, dusty place, but one that is full of love and belonging. It is the scene of family dinners with Mr. Randolph and a place that Gilly comes to call home.

Mr. Randolph's House

Located next door to Mrs. Trotter’s house, Mr. Randolph...

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