The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August Setting

Claire North
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Berwick

Berwick, in the North East of England, is the Harry’s hometown. This location is significant because it is the setting for all of Harry’s childhoods where he must deal with his fraught relationships with his adoptive and biological families over and over again. This is an unhappy location for Harry, as it is marred by the tragic fate of his biological mother, the early death of his adoptive mother, and the cold, distant attitude of his biological family. Harry must guard the location of his birth at all costs in order to prevent Vincent killing him pre-birth.

Hulne House

Hulne House is the Manor House owned by the Hulnes, Harry’s biological family. It is a location which causes great suffering to characters in the novel, most notably Harry’s biological mother who was raped at Hulne House and then fired as a kitchen maid when...

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