Objects & Places from Back to the Bedroom

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Washington, D.C. - This is the city in which the novel takes place.

Kate's House - This is the unfurnished dwelling.

David's House - This is the birthday cake among bran muffins.

Elsie's Gun - The elderly woman becomes attached to this and never leaves home without it.

Gus's Buick - This is a symbol of classic workmanship.

David's Porsche - This is owned by the hero.

Anatole's Car - This vehicle is a fancy import that is used as a getaway vehicle by a frantic criminal.

Kittens - This represents the possibility of motherhood to the protagonist.

Camera Pod - This is the intervening force that brought the protagonist and the hero together..

Comic Books - These represent a lack of ambition to the protagonist.

Cello - This represents an entire life's work to the protagonist, and originally was the main character's only love.


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