Rotting Tree in The Hound|The Hamlet in The Hamlet (Location)

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Rotting Tree
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YoknapatawphaInset
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1262
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1099
Description: 

After dragging Houston's body for "better than a mile" along "an old logging road, choked with undergrowth and almost indistinguishable now, about two feet below the flat level" of the creek bottom, Mink Snopes tries to hide it a second time in "the shell of a once-tremendous pin oak [tree], topless and about ten feet tall" (249-50). Nearby are both the "slough" into which he throws his gun (257) and the water, called both a "river" and a "stream" (281), into which he throws Houston's body - or most of it.

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Site of Event
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Continuous
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