Prodigal Summer: A Novel Setting & Symbolism

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Appalachian Mountains

This is the mountain range in which Zebulon Mountain and Valley as well as the town of Egg Fork exist.

Zebulon Mountain and Valley

This mountain and valley are the setting for the stories that take place in this book.

Zebulon National Forest

This is Deanna's employer as well as her home.

Egg Creek, Bitter, Goose, Walker, and Black

These creeks come together at the town of Egg Fork.

Egg Fork

Egg Fork is the small town located in Zebulon Valley at the base of Zebulon Mountain and the setting for much of the story.

Wyoming

This is the home state of Eddie Bondo.

Lexington

This is the hometown of Lusa.

The Widener Farm

This is the ancestral home of the Widener family where Lusa lives, now alone, after her husband's tragic death. She feels the ghosts of relatives trying to rid her of their property...

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