Hill Two Miles from Jefferson in The Mansion (Location)

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Hill Two Miles from Jefferson
Type: 
Event
Authority : 
Speculation
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X: 
1440
Y: 
990
Description: 

Ab Snopes, Flem's father, "never had come no closer [to Jefferson] than that hill two miles out, where you could just barely see the water tank" (169). This likely refers to the time Ab tried to match wits with the legendary horse-trader named Pat Stamper, a story Faulkner tells in "Fool about a Horse" (1936) and retells in The Hamlet (1940).

Role: 
Only Mentioned in Text
Status: 
Continuous

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