The House Girl Setting

Tara Conklin
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The Bell Center for Women and Art (During Lina's life)

This facility is on the property of the former Bell Creek plantation, where Josephine was a slave and where she and Lu Anne Bell created their famous works of art. By the time Lina visits there on her research trip, the center offers a few talented women a place to study and paint. The plantation at this point is fairly well restored and also serves as a busy tourist stop.

The Bell Plantation (During Josephine's life)

The house is large and was once a grand home, evidenced by the extensive details. There are descriptive passages about the nursery and a room at the front of the house that was filled with elegant furniture. However, the house had fallen into disrepair by the time Josephine's story picks up, evidence that the Bells have fallen on hard times. It is noteworthy...

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