The English-Greek Phrasebook
This is given to the narrator by F., who says that translation is an act of worship. At the end of the first book, the narrator prays from it.
This gift is bequeathed to the narrator after the original owner dies.
The Danish Vibrator
This comes to life after penetrating Edith again before jumping out of the window and swimming away in the Atlantic.
The Cross by the Lawrence River
This location with a religious symbol is Catherine's favorite place to pray.
The Free Quebec Movement
This proposed idea in Montreal, consisting largely of students, pushes for the secession from Canada.
The Mission Saint-Louis
This happens in the later seventeenth century when Catherine Tekakwitha travels to take her chastity vow and fast until her death.
The Basement Apartment
This is shared by the narrator and Edith and, later, by the narrator and...
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