Philip Hall Likes Me, I Reckon Maybe Setting & Symbolism

Bette Greene
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The story of Beth Lambert's eleventh year takes place in and around the small town of Pocahontas, Arkansas. The Lambert family buys supplies in Pocahontas every Saturday.

Eugene Lambert raises and sells turkeys on the family farm. It is the family's chief source of income and they are concerned when their turkeys begin to mysteriously disappear.

Beth Lambert has a big crush on Philip Hall. He lives with his family on a dairy farm that is located next to the Lambert turkey farm.

To raise money for her college fund, Beth recruits Philip to set up a vegetable stand and help her sell produce. Philip is a little annoyed that his name is not on the sign and that he is represented just by the word, "Friend."

The Old Rugged Cross Church picnic is held every year in Hardy, Arkansas. The Reverend Ross and the church bus pick up all...

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