Objects & Places from The Gin Game

D. L. Coburn
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Object Descriptions

The Porch - This is the location of the majority of the action of the play and is littered with broken-down objects and discarded items.

The Garden - Just off the side of the main location in the play, this object/place represents a place of refuge for Fonsia.

The Nursing Home - This might be considered a last-stop for people on welfare who cannot afford to go anywhere else.

The Presbyterian Home - This place demands that its residents donate all of their assets to live there, and is considered by Weller to be "a racket."

The Game of Gin - This object at first offers the hope of entertainment, but becomes instead a source of contention.

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