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This Boy's Life Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Utahappears in non-fiction

Utah is Toby and Rosemary's destination when they leave Florida. They do not end up living here.

Connecticutappears in non-fiction

Connecticut is where Arthur, Geoffrey and Arthur's new wife live at the beginning of the novel.

Winchester .22 Rifleappears in non-fiction

The Winchester .22 rifle is the rifle Roy gives to Toby and Dwight takes away.

West Seattleappears in non-fiction

West Seattle is where Toby and Rosemary live after leaving Utah. First they live in a boarding house and then they rent a house with Kathy and Marion.

The Mickey Mouse Clubappears in non-fiction

The Mickey Mouse Club is the show Toby and the two Terry's watch every day at five.

Chinookappears in non-fiction

Chinook is a barracks in Oregon near the Skagit River where German prisoners were housed. The barracks have been turned into duplexes and Dwight and his family...

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This section contains 377 words
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