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The Signal Flame: A Novel Setting

Andrew Krivak
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Jozef's house

Jozef’s house is a beautiful, large old farmhouse that he built himself for his family. Jozef’s house is set on two-thousand acres of land that Jozef bought. The land is primarily forested, but it also features orchards, farmland, meadows, creeks, and streams. The land reminds Jozef of the old country. His home is truly his because he built it. The house and the majority of the land are both left to Hannah, and it is in Jozef’s house that Hannah, Bo, and Ruth live for much of the novel.

The old Younger place

The old Younger place is a three-story clapboard home built by Walter Younger many years ago. The house was sold to Jozef to pay off Walter Younger's gambling debts and to fuel his alcoholism. Jozef allowed Walter to live in the house until Walter's death. Then, the house was kept locked...

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