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The setting of Leon Rookes A Bolt of White Cloth is imperative to better interpreting the story Although the story could have been situated merely anywhere and still had the same effect it is easier to relate to with it being located where it is With the wife listing off parts surrounding the couples house as well as clues of the setting being on a farm I believe it is much easier to interpret where the story takes place When the wife lists off the many surrounding objects such as her husband house the sky the ground and the woods it depicts the setting very clearly in the readers mind She is in love with all of her surroundings which is important to her receiving the bolt of cloth She was required to have a certain kind of love and she Loved lots of things in lifepractically everythingThere isnt any of it Ive hated which helps her plea to the man bearing the white cloth that she has the love needed to obtain the cloth During the story there are a few subtle clues that relate the setting to being on a farm Hints like when the man bearing the cloth walked Past the front porch towards the edge where the high weeds grow and also when the man walked across the yard and up to the well house Some of the more obvious clues came when the man went to look after his animals or when the stranger asks the couple Youre out here on this nice farm and no children to your name Even without the obvious clues it is fairly easy to understand where the story takes place By having the story take place on a farm it is very simple for nearly any reader to automatically associate things that they view as common on a farm into the story For instance a lot of the settings detail
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