The Nix Setting

Nathan Hill
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Streamwood

Streamwood is the small, quiet town where Henry and Faye move after getting married. Their house is on Oakdale Lane and it looks like every other house in the neighborhood. Near the house is a small area of woods. Samuel frequently visits these woods and plays. This is the house that makes Henry happy, Samuel comfortable, and Faye miserable. However, everything changes in this house when Faye abandons the family.

The University of Illinois at Chicago Circle

This is the college Faye Andreson earns a full scholarship to. She describes the campus as being horribly dysfunctional with horrible design patterns that make life more difficult. The buildings are big and ugly and the pathways cause annoyance in many. Most of all, Faye hates her dormitory for the lack of privacy and the noise. While she hated the campus, this is also the location where Faye becomes her own...

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