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Up a Road Slowly Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Aunt Cordelia's House

Aunt Cordelia's house is huge and open, with white columns, a veranda spanning the front, and some brick steps leading into a curved pathway to the gate near the road. The house is a source of comfort and familiarity to Julie throughout her childhood years.

Cathedral of Four Silver Birches

The cathedral is Julie's private place, formed from a cluster of four silver birch trees, whose intertwining branches create a roof.

Peter the Great

Peter is the huge farm horse, which Julie rides during her stay at Aunt Cordelia's house.

Uncle Haskell's Carriage House

The carriage house is where Uncle Haskell lives apart from the big house on the farm where Aunt Cordelia lives.

Aunt Cordelia's Schoolroom

The schoolroom is the one-room country schoolhouse where Aunt Cordelia has taught for over thirty years.

The Old Creek Bridge

The old creek bridge is the site of...

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Up a Road Slowly from BookRags and Gale's For Students Series. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.
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