Hotel des Trois Moineaux
A squalid hotel in a poor French quarter in Paris where the narrator lives at the beginning of the novel.
This is where the narrator and Boris work before they get their jobs at the Auberge de Jehan Cottard
Auberge de Jehan Cottard
A little Parisian restaurant where the narrator and Boris work long hard days in inhumane conditions.
These are homeless shelters in England that the narrator frequents with Paddy. They are prison-like and degrading.
Salvation Army Shelters
They are clean and respectable, but the vagrants don't like them because of the enforced religion.
This is a place to sleep under a bridge. To get a bench, you have to get there early.
This is a sort of lodging house where boarders sleep in wooden boxes.
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