The Whole Town's Talking Setting

Fannie Flagg
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Elmwood Springs

Elmwood Springs is the town in which the book takes place. The novel takes place as the town is being formed and follows it through its downfall. Almost all major events occur in the town and it is what the town members are thinking that really drives the novel, all centered around who lives in Elmwood Springs.

Still Meadows

Still Meadows is the graveyard where many of those from Elmwood Springs are buried. The curious thing about this graveyard is that those buried there can talk to each other. This is the setting in the book where a lot is reconciled and many mysteries figured out. Lucille and Gustav reconcile their love here, as does a secondary character Tot Whooten and her husband. The mystery of Hanna Marie’s will is also figured out here.

Sweet Clover Dairy

The Sweet Clover Dairy is the dairy that is...

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