Lebrun Cottages - The place where the Pontelliers and others stay during their summer holidays.
Klein's - During the summer vacation, Leonce Pontellier spends a good deal of time and money at this establishment, where he socializes with other like-minded men in the evenings.
Carondelet Street - The main street of the business district in New Orleans.
The Ocean/Sea - Very much a symbol of freedom and nature's forces in this novel, it is also where Edna and Robert kindle their romance and where she spends much of her free time.
Chopin Impromtu - Mademoiselle Reisz mesmerizes everyone with her performance of this composition. At the request of a friend, she regularly performs it in her small apartment for a lonely, married woman friend.
Esplanade Street - It is a residential street in the sophisticated, wealthy section of New Orleans.
Pigeon house - Alcee Arobin uses...
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