Wolf by the Ears Setting & Symbolism

Ann Rinaldi
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Monticello

Monticello is the historic plantation home of Thomas Jefferson.

Mulberry Row

Mulberry Row is the lane on Monticello where the slave cabins stand.

The Weaver's Cottage

The weaver's cottage is where Harriet Hemings works while living on Monticello.

Thomas Jefferson's Sanctum Sanctorum

Thomas Jefferson calls his bedroom and the attached rooms his sanctum sanctorum, and no one but Sally Hemings is allowed inside them without explicit invitation.

Dining Room

The dining room is where Harriet serves Thomas Mann Randolph his breakfast and where she is attacked by Charles Bankhead.

Tearoom

The tearoom is where Harriet Hemings meets Thad Sandridge.

Kitchen

The kitchen is where Harriet finds her mother most of the time, running the household and planning meals.

Wine Cellar

The wine cellar is where Harriet finds her mother the day Beverly tells her he plans to leave the plantation.

Library

Thomas Jefferson's library is a prized...

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