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North and South Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Helstone

The Hales move from the New Forest village of Helstone in Southern England to the Northern town of Milton.

Milton

An industrial town in Northern England. The majority of the book is set here.

Harley Street, London

Margaret lived with her Aunt Shaw and cousin Edith in Harley Street as a teenager. She goes back to Harley Street when both her mother and father die.

Marlborough Street

Mr. Hale claims claims Marlborough street is the foremost street in Milton. Mr. Thornton's mill house is situated at the end of the road.

The Mill House

Mr Thornton and his mother and sister live in a cottage next door to the mill house. Workers break through the mill house gates to confront Mr. Thornton.

The Higgins' house

The Higgins' live in a small and often cold house. Here Margaret visits Bessy and later on Nicholas.

Oxford

Mr. Hale dies...

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