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Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl Setting & Symbolism

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Linda's Childhood Homeappears in non-fiction

Linda spends the first six years of her life living happily in a house with her parents and younger brother.

First Mistress's Homeappears in non-fiction

After the death of her mother, Linda and her brother live in the house of her mistress. This first mistress treats her well, and Linda is happy in this home.

The Flint Houseappears in non-fiction

The home of Dr. and Mrs. Flint in town. Linda goes to live here after her first mistress dies and bequeaths her to her five-year-old niece (who is the Flints' daughter). Linda is miserable in the Flint household, where she is the object of Dr Flint's lechery and Mrs. Flint's anger.

Aunt Marthy's Houseappears in non-fiction

The home of Linda's free grandmother. A constant source of comfort and solace for Linda throughout her troubles.

The Flint Plantationappears in non-fiction

Linda is sent to...

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