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The Pedersen Kid Setting

William Gass
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Segren Farm

The Segren family’s farm is located in a rural area of indistinct setting. The characters’ names seem to imply that the story takes place either in Scandinavia or in a Scandinavian settlement in North America. Regardless, the area is highly susceptible to blizzards and other hazardous snow conditions in the winter. Hans finds the Pedersen boy in a snow bank on the farm and brings him to the house to revive him.

The Road

After deciding to investigate the Pedersen family’s home, Pa, Jorge, and Hans travel by sleigh along a snow-covered road. The sleigh is pulled by Pa’s horse named Simon. After Simon stumbles into a hole in the rode, a trace rope breaks. While Hans repairs it, Pa accidentally drops a bottle of whiskey into the deep snow and forces Jorge to search for it in the snow. The debacle presents a...

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