St. Petersburgappears in Multiple Stories - This is the setting for every single story in this collection.
Revolverappears in The Dream of a Ridiculous Man - This is the weapon bought as part of a plan to commit suicide in the final short story of the collection.
Murin's gunappears in The Landlady - This is a weapon that the old German man keeps after he takes it from the wall.
Bobynitsin's flatappears in Another Man's Wife, or the Husband Under the Bed - This is where a man goes in search of his wife when he thinks she is having at least one extramarital affair.
Lettersappears in A Novel in Nine Letters - There are a number of these that are used to actually assemble an entire story.
Rental houseappears in The Landlady - These are the homes that the Landlady either owns or is purchasing with...
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