Wolf Hollow Setting

Lauren Wolk
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Wolf Hollow

Wolf Hollow is a small town in Pennsylvania surrounded by hills given up to woodland and farming, and serves as the main setting of the novel. It is on a farm in the hills above Wolf Hollow that Annabelle and her family live, as well as Toby in his smokehouse, and Betty with her grandparents. Wolf Hollow, until Betty’s arrival, is a friendly, quiet, and peaceful town where people consider neighbors to be friends and where the worst violence experienced is when someone gets drunk and needs to be taken home. Wolf Hollow is so-named for the wolf traps dug during a period of time when wolves grew in number, and became violent toward people. Despite the beauty of the place, Wolf Hollow has a dark side, just beneath the beauty, one brought to light through Betty’s arrival in which prejudice and overreaction compel an...

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