Objects & Places from Lila: An Inquiry Into Morals

Robert M. Pirsig
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Manhattan

This place is the setting of a character's complete mental breakdown.

Sandy Hook

This place is the setting of an imaginary conversation which helps a character find closure over the events of the novel.

The Cleveland Harbor Effect

This is an example of static filtering.

The Idol Doll

This object, despite its exterior, takes on the status of a religious icon to one of the characters.

Florida

This place is considered a paradise or even heaven to one character.

Oswego

This is the place where several sailors take refuge when a hurricane shuts down their harbor.

Kingston

This is the place where an important discussion about the Quality of another character takes place, setting the tone and themes for the entire novel.

Nyack

This is the place where two characters, despite their annoyances with each other, are able to connect to one another with sex.

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