This is the rock that Fyodor hands to Charlotte when he approaches her during the victory parade in Moscow.
This is a crowded dwelling where classic Russian babushkas live.
This is the building in Saranza where Charlotte lives.
The Siberian Suitcase
Charlotte has used this throughout her entire life to carry around newspaper clippings and old photographs that hold significance in her life.
This is the city where the narrator and his sister live when they are not visiting with their grandmother.
This is the village where Charlotte grows up and also where she returns to be reunited with her mother at the age of twenty.
This is the city where Albertine's family lives.
Au Ratafia de Neuilly
This is the cafe Charlotte conjures up for her grandchildren when telling them about the streets of Paris.
The Pont-Neuf Bag
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