Anse Holland's Place in "Fool About a Horse" in "Fool About a Horse" (Location)

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Anse Holland's Place
Type: 
Farm
Authority : 
Context (text, as interpreted)
Other Texts Location Appears In: 
X: 
1773
Y: 
1379
Description: 

"Old Man Anse Holland," as the narrator refers to him (118), lives within walking distance of the narrator's farm. He is clearly wealthier than most of the farmers in the area: he owns a number of mules, and "many" horses (120), and never seems to miss any of the possessions that Pap trades away. It seems likely that he is a landlord for whom the narrator's family, and perhaps others in the area, work as tenant farmers, but that is not made explicit.

Role: 
Only Mentioned in Text
Status: 
Continuous
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