New York City
This location is portrayed throughout the book as a center of contrasts of both possibility and frustration and of hope and of despair.
This institution was originally intended to be a place where men could exercise, relax, and in many cases, find temporary accommodation for a minimal fee.
The narrator portrays this location as a center of both sophistication and creativity, and as such, a place to which wealthy and artistic expatriates, particularly American, made their temporary homes.
The Ritz Hotel
This business has been, for decades, regarded as one of the most expensive, classiest, and exclusive hotel chains in the world.
Remembrance of Things Past
This is the title of a famous novel by French writer Marcel Proust, renowned for its blend of fact and fiction, the way the author uses actual events to fuel and define literary and/or artistic...
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