History of Wolves Setting

Emily Fridlund
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Linda's Home

Linda and her parents lived in a small house on 20 acres of lake property that was the former home of the commune. Linda knew the property intimately, down to the location of the largest tree. The property included the family cabin and a shed, places where the dogs were tied, and lake access.

The Gardners' Lake House

The Gardners built a lake house near the property owned by Linda's family, on the lake front. The house was typical for the time and place, and included a deck where they used a telescope and where Paul sometimes played. The descriptions of the house were incidental to the story line, such as the existence of a kitchen, living room, two bedrooms, and a bathroom.

Loose River

Loose River is the small town in Minnesota where Linda grew up. There was a school, diner, drug store, hardware store, city hall...

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