Somebody Else's Kids Setting & Symbolism

Torey Hayden
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Torey's Classroom

The main setting of the story, this room is used by Torey for intensive time spent with only one to four students at a time.

The Monkey Bars

The playground equipment Boo is climbing on when he falls and has to be taken to the emergency room to have his tongue sewn up.

The Hospital Emergency Room

Where Boo is taken after his fall from the monkey bars and where Torey clashes with a physician who refuses to administer anesthetic before sewing up Boo's tongue.

The Art Cabinet

The place where Lori hides after an encounter with her teacher, Edna Thorenson, sends her running into Torey's room.

The Town Sixty Miles From Torey's Home and School

Where Torey goes on the day after Lori's breakdown, indulging in a hot fudge sundae and eating it outside though it's very cold.

We Look and See

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