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The Langdon Farm

The Langdon Farm is the scene of the majority of the story. It is important because it’s the family farm. It is located in rural Iowa and the closest town is a small community called Denby. When Walter is a young man with a wife and just one baby, he struggles to make it work. He could move to his father’s farm but he is determined to make it work. Farming is vitally important to the Langdon family. Walter thinks that his oldest son, who is strong and robust, will follow in his footsteps. Frank has other ideas – he plans to get a good education and get away from the farm. Walter doesn’t think that Joey, his second son who is weak and timid, will make a good farmer. Ironically, it is Joey who wants to continue the family tradition in farming.

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