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Yonnondio: From the Thirties Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Rascoe, Wyomingappears in Chapters 1-2

Rascoe is a small mining town where the Holbrooks live before they set out to become farmers. The conditions in the mine are very dangerous.

Zell, South Dakotaappears in Chapters 3-4

Zell is a farming town that the Holbrooks settle near. It is good farm country, with good people.

The Farmappears in Chapters 3-8

Although the family only lives on the farm for a single year, it is the place where they are happy. Later, Mazie convinces herself that they never left, because she does not want to face reality.

The Slaughterhouse Townappears in Chapters 5-8

The slaughterhouse town, or "packingtown," as it is called, is a disgusting place totally dominated by the stinking slaughterhouses. The Holbrooks desperately try to get away from the smell.

The Dumpappears in Chapter 8

The children of the slaughterhouse town have nowhere to...

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