Objects & Places from Mother Night

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The Old Jerusalem Jail - This is where the narrator waits for his trial. While incarcerated, he writes a detailed account of how he got there.

Haifa Institute for Documentation of War Criminals - The director of this organization asks the narrator to document the events of his life to enter into the historical record.

The Attic - This is where the narrator lived in New York for 15 years while he was hiding out from the rest of the world.

The Ministry of Popular Enlightenment and Propaganda - This is the Nazi office for which the narrator works during the war.

A Nation of Two - The term used by the narrator in reference to his wife Helga and himself.

The Motorcycle - The object that the narrator borrowed for eternity and his best friend's most prized possession. This object was something his best friend loved more...

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