This is the wooden box that Vermeer uses to see more of what there is when he paints.
This is the city in the Netherlands where the story is set.
This is the place where Griet was baptized as an infant.
This is where the local market is held every morning.
This place is considered the Catholic and, therefore, wealthier part of town.
This is the part of town where Griet and her family live.
The Pearl Earring
This is considered to be the symbol of ownership in the novel.
The Yellow Mantle
This is the piece of fur that van Ruijven's wife was wearing in the portrait Vermeer painted of her.
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