We Have Always Lived in the Castle Setting & Symbolism

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The Rochester House

The Rochester house is the loveliest house in the village. It is the house where Mary Katherine and Constance's mother was born and raised. Mary Katherine says several times that by rights it should belong to Constance, but it doesn't, so she looks at it every time she goes to town.

The Blackwood House

The Blackwood House is not in the middle of the village, but it is on the way to the highway from town. It is one of the nicest estates in the area, but ever since the murders, people think it is haunted. It is an older house, having been in the Blackwood family for several generations, and it is filled with nice things from these generations of Blackwoods.

Stella's Coffee Shop

Stella's coffee shop is Mary Katherine's link to normal life. She stops at the coffee shop on Tuesdays and Fridays...

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