Rilla of Ingleside Setting & Symbolism

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Ingleside

This is the family home and an idealistic, romantic house set in a charming landscape.

Rainbow Valley

These are the lands surrounding Ingleside where the children have grown up.

Glen St. Mary

This is the larger community to which Ingleside belongs

Lisp

This isRilla's speech impediment, which she has mostly overcome. However, it comes back in moments of stress, and often appears when she is talking to Kenneth.

Typhoid

This is the disease that has weakened Walter.

Dog Monday

This is Jem's dog. After Jem leaves on the train to begin his military training, Dog Monday refuses to leave the station until he returns. The dog also appears to have some sort of supernatural powers, as he howls uncontrollably at the same time Walter is killed, though nobody in town knows it yet.

Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde

This is the family cat, who has two personalities. He...

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