New York City
Frank Wheeler works at a company in this city on the verge of making its first leap into the computer age.
This city becomes the objectification of the Wheelers' escapist tendencies as they try to overcome the strictures of middle class suburban life.
This is the name of a path that American soldiers used to fight the British for independence in the Revolutionary War.
Knox Business Machines
This company, where Frank Wheeler's father worked, is the place where Frank goes to work after college and after World War II at a job he hates.
This is the location of the one-room apartment Frank Wheeler shares with some college classmates in New York City after the war. It is in an area where Greenwich Village tapers off to rows of empty shipping warehouses, near the river and its regular fogs.
Vito's Log Cabin
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