Little Altars Everywhere Setting & Symbolism

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Thornton, Louisiana

The Walkers are a prominent family in their hometown of Thornton, in central Louisiana. As an adult, Siddalee cannot wait to get away from Thornton but her beloved younger brother Bay stays, wanting to prove to the whole town that a son of the chaotic Walker household can be a well-to-do attorney.

Pecan Grove

The Walkers' large home and farm is Pecan Grove, a former plantation. The extensive land is eventually sold off after the children are gown to pay debts.

Spring Creek

The Ya-Yas have spent the summers at their vacation cottages in Spring Creek, Louisiana since they were children. Each family has its own summer home, which they call a camp, in one large compound. The Ya-Yas and their children experience total freedom at the camp, because their husbands are left in town, working.

The Duck Camp

Whenever emotions run high or there is...

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