Looking For Salvation at the Dairy Queen Setting

Susan Gregg Gilmore
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The town of Ringgold, Georgia.

The book's plot is wrapped around it's setting in a small, rural, Southern town. Because the story is mainly concerned with a young girl's desire to leave her hometown and follow her dream to somewhere more cosmopolitan, it's important that her hometown be quirky, perhaps narrow-minded and multi-generational, with little experience outside its own borders. Ringgold is depicted as all of these things, which give the main character something to strive against. However, the reader and the main character come to realize that Ringgold is also full of heart and love and patience.

Cedar Grove Baptist Church

Much of Ringgold's personality comes in its adherence to the Christian faith. And much of the Christian activity revolves around the town's Baptist Church, of which Catherine Grace's father was the main pastor. In fact, Catherine's father is the fourth generation of Baptist preachers. This fact directly...

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