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Wexford

Wexford is a town in the county of Wexford, Ireland, and is where much of the novel takes place. It is a large town, home to the Gibney mills and company, and home to numerous shops, stores, and pubs. It is located close enough to Dublin to make day trips possible, but far enough away to ensure that an entire day is needed for a trip. Wexford is the home of Nora, Donal, Conor, and later Fiona as she returns home to Wexford to teach. The surrounding environs of Wexford prove to be home to many friends and family, including Aunt Josie and her part of the family who live on a farm near the town. Maurice worked as a teacher in Wexford during life, and it is because of this that Donal no longer wishes to attend school there, but wants to go away to board.

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