Reid Press - This is the protagonist's business in Moscow.
22 Lipka Street - This is the leased residence in Moscow where the leading character and family live.
The English Chaplaincy - This is an outpost of England in Moscow.
The dacha - This is the protagonists' rough summer cottage.
The river - This is used to dispose of no-longer-wanted objects.
Rusalochka's - This is a super-crowded tea-room.
Tvyordov's type frame - This is damaged during a break-in.
The Mammoth - This is a printing press bought on speculation that lies disassembled on a lot.
Alexandervoksal - The leading character receives phone calls twice requesting he collect his children at this railroad station.
Mitka Kuratin's bear - This is a central figure in a wildly entertaining chapter, and is also a gift to a youth.
Blashl - Although never allowed in the house, she does appear on...
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