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Pippi Longstocking Setting & Symbolism

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Villa Villekulla

Villa Villekulla is the home in which Pippi lives. Her father, the sea captain, bought it before his death so he and Pippi would have somewhere to live once he retired. The home, which appears rundown, sits in a garden and has a porch – where her horse lives. The house contains many of the treasures that she finds on her adventures.

Horse

When Pippi returned to Villa Villekulla after her father was swept overboard, she used the gold pieces she took from the ship to buy a horse, because it was something she always wanted. The horse makes its home on the front porch, but should Pippi want to enjoy coffee, she picks him up and places him in the garden.

Gold pieces

When Pippi left her father’s ship after he was lost at sea during a storm, Pippi took two things – her monkey, Mr...

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