Picture of the Knight
This depiction of Joan of Arc captivates the narrator.
This artist creates a depiction of Saint Sebastian's execution.
This is where the narrator becomes obsessed with Omi.
This represents the narrator's first physical contact with a male.
This object represents a pure connection between the narrator and Omi during the king-of-the-hill battle.
This is where the king-of-the-hill battle takes place.
This is where the narrator spends the summer with his family.
This is where the narrator helps the war effort.
The narrator goes here to explore his feelings for women.
House of an Old Friend
This is where the narrator attends parties in an attempt to be normal.
The narrator takes Sonoko to this seedy location.
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