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Teaching a Stone to Talk Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Hollins Pond

Annie sees a weasel at this pond. It is located near a highway and just a few minutes away from rows of houses.

Wildflowers

This group, led by a tall teenager, performs in Annie's Catholic church. An old woman, a Chinese man, and a fourteen-year-old boy are also in the group.

The Pole of Relative Inaccessibility

On the Arctic Ocean, this is the farthest point from land in any direction.

Napo River

The Napo River is in the Ecuadorian jungle. Annie visits villages and the jungle along the river with three other North Americans.

Providencia

This is the village where Annie and her travel companions see the trapped deer. The village is located along the Napo River in Ecuador.

Galapagos Islands

These famous islands lie off the coast of Ecuador. Darwin came to his theory on evolution from the species located on the islands. Annie also...

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