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The Feast of All Saints Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Bontemps

Bontemps is a large cane plantation, which belonged to Magloire Dazincourt and was left to Philippe Ferrinaire due to the wedding of Magloire's eldest daughter. It is a sprawling place in the country where the family has lived for generations. It is here that Philippe, Aglae, their children and Vincent all live. It contains a two-story home with large oaks, a cabin town where the slaves live, a swampland with timbre, and a refinery where the cane is cooked. It is also here that Marcel took a journey to see his father face to face in order to ask him why he would lie to him and in doing so, sets a fear in both Philippe and Vincent that their secret lives in New Orleans could haunt them. During this unwelcome arrival, Philippe beats Marcel and whips him with his riding crop. This is also the property...

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