This is where Joey feels trapped at the beginning of the novel, and where Joey's uncle confronts Kneadus.
This is made up of bores who try to convince the students that they admire classical literature.
The Engineer's House
This is where Joey falls in love with the daughter of the Youngbloods.
These symbolize modernity, comfortableness with one's body, athleticism, and sexuality.
This symbolizes intellectual idealism.
This symbolizes childishness and immaturity.
This is what is given to a beggar out in the street to hold between his lips.
This is what Joey peeps at Zuta through.
The Fruit Compote
Joey adds salt, pepper, toothpicks, and bread to this before eating it.
The Tennis Shoe with the Carnation in It
This is what Joey sees as an ultimate expression of the schoolgirl.
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