This location, which reappears throughout the novel, generally caters to a variety of ailments, with specific emphasis on drug abuse detoxification programs and on tuberculosis isolation.
Hassan's Rumpus Room
This location in the novel is a sexual free-for-all where spectators watch young boys of various ethnic groups contorted and displayed in erotic performances.
This name refers to a city that centers on a common market. The citizens of the city have no personal privacy and therefore all the sexual acts that would be private are forced to be public.
This is the place where Dr. Benway creates an elaborate social system that he controls.
This is one of the towns that uses Dr. Benway to control its population. Instead of physical torture, he institutes a system of arbitrary bureaucracy that punishes the citizens for random offenses and creates an environment of fear and...
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