The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus Setting & Symbolism

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Georgiaappears in All

Where Uncle Remus and the family lives.

Uncle Remus's Cabinappears in All

Where most of the tales are told.

Atlantaappears in Section 4

Where Uncle Remus stays with the family while the first little boy prepares to get married.

The River Plantationappears in Sections 2 through 4

A part of the plantation where Uncle Remus lives; this is where Daddy Jack lives.

Africaappears in Section 2

Where Daddy Jack comes from.

The Nurseryappears in Section 1

Where the first little boy is confined following his illness and where Uncle Remus visits and tells stories during his convalescence.

The Laughing Placeappears in Section 5

An imaginary place described by Brer Rabbit. The second little boy tells Uncle Remus that his own laughing place is wherever Uncle Remus happens to be.

The Big Roadappears in Section 1

The place where Brer Fox puts the "tar baby" to catch Brer Rabbit.

The Briar Patchappears in Section 1

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