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How I Live Now Setting & Symbolism

Meg Rosoff
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The Farmhouse

The Farmhouse is the family home in rural England of Daisy's cousins and her Aunt Penn. It's a dilapidated but beautiful house on a large property with a flower garden, pastures, crops, farm animals, and several outbuildings. To Daisy, the house is a wonder of hidden corridors and stairs, comfortable furniture, paintings, and books. It's a dramatic change from her life in New York City and she loves the place immediately.

The Lambing Barn

The Lambing Barn is about a mile away from the family home of Piper's cousins and aunt. It is still on the property, but is hidden among trees. After Aunt Penn leaves for Oslo, the children move bedding and provisions into the lambing barn, but they stay only one night before returning to the house. Later in the novel, Piper and Daisy return to the farmhouse, which has been trashed by British...

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