Paul Harvey's The Rest of the Story Setting & Symbolism

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The Pennsylvania, appears in Seer Samuel

The Pennsylvania is the ship on which Samuel's brother Henry worked. Samuel had a very specific nightmare in which he saw his brother's funeral. The horrible vision actually came to pass.

Self-sacrifice, appears in For the Love of Jim

Best friend Jack goes to great lengths of self-sacrifice in order to help his friend Jim. Jack serves as Jim's companion, helps him adjust to a new job and even stays on to learn that new job so he can help Jim even more. Jack is a baboon.

Howard Johnson's Diner, appears in Banned in Boston

The Howard Johnson's across the street from a theater in Quincy, Massachusetts, was one benefactor when the theater allowed the production of a risque play by Eugene O'Neill. The diner's business grew a great deal during one of his plays that had been banned in Boston. The...

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