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The Neon Bible Setting & Symbolism

John Kennedy Toole
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Objects/Places

The House up on the Hill

The house David and his family move into after his father loses his job at the factory. This house ultimately changes all of the members in David's family, mainly because of its isolation to the rest of the town. It also provides the one room in which David finds comfort and solace.

Main Street

The street in where all of the walks with David and Aunt Mae take place. They walk up and down every Sunday and view the new window displays.

County Elementary

The school David attends. It is a wooden building with four rooms, managing grades 1-8.

The War Plant

Propeller plant, created when the men of the town go off to war. Many of the women, including Aunt Mae, begin working there.

The Roadhouse

A bar where all of the teenagers go to have fun.

County Seat

The area...

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This section contains 310 words
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The Neon Bible from BookRags and Gale's For Students Series. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.
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