The place where the Pontelliers and others stay during their summer holidays.
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.
The main street of the business district in New Orleans.
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.
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.
It is a residential street in the sophisticated, wealthy section of New Orleans.
Alcee Arobin uses this term to describe the new, modest place...
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