The Grocery Store
This location is the scene of most events in the novel, and is also a struggling family business.
The Liquor Store
This location is a thriving business, the success of which is deeply resented by Morris.
Helen spends much of her time at this location in order to better herself.
During Frank and Helen's budding romance, they meet often in this location.
These items are given to Frank by Helen so that he can better himself.
The Volume of Shakespeare
This item is a gift given to Helen that she values even after coming to hate the person who gave it to her.
The Wooden Flower
This item is painstakingly made by Frank as a gift for Helen who throws it in the garbage.
Morris Bober's Grave
Frank falls into this location, symbolizing his transformation.
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