Northeast Road in "Tomorrow" (Location)

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Display Label: 
Road to Fentry's Place
Type: 
Event
Authority : 
Context (text, as interpreted)
X: 
1669
Y: 
500
Description: 

While driving to Fentry's place with Gavin Stevens along "the northeast road," Chick describes the landscape this way: "We were in the hills now, out of the rich flat land, among the pine and bracken, the poor soil, the little tilted and barren patches of gaunt corn and cotton which somehow endured, as the people they clothed and fed somehow endured; the roads we followed less than lanes, winding and narrow, rutted and dust choked, the car in second gear half the time" (94-95).

Role: 
Site of Event
Status: 
Continuous
If "Other Structure," specify: 
Country Road

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