Molloy (novel) Setting

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Dubbed "Molloy's country" by Moran, Ballyba is a fictional town presumably in Ireland that Moran journeys to in order to find Molloy. Ballyba is described as a grey marshland, with small copses, a “strangled creek, which the slow grey tides emptied and filled” (129). Moran describes it as a barren land that cannot be cultivated, so its residents craft knickknacks from bogwood and weeds.

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