Where the Lilies Bloom Setting & Symbolism

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The Luther House

The Luthers live in a run-down sharecropper house in the Trial Valley of North Carolina. The roof is coming apart, and it is cold and drafty in the winter, but it means a lot to the Luthers to own their home and the land around it. When Kiser Pease signs over the house, the house represents freedom to the Luthers, and they make plans to fix it up. When it is revealed that Kiser could not legally give them the house, they are left without a home. Eventually, Kiser does sign the house over to Devola Luther, and the house is truly theirs.

Trial Valley

Trial Valley is the part of North Carolina where the Luther family lives. It is near two mountains called Sugar Boy and Old Joshua, and it is part of the Smoky Mountains.

Sugar Boy

Sugar Boy is one of the...

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