Museum of the Louvre
This location is a Paris museum where Newman is relaxing at the beginning of the novel.
This is the sum of money that Noemie charges Newman for her painting.
It is to this location that Tristam suggests that he and Newman go instead of staying at the museum.
This location is where Newman stays the first time he visits Paris.
This place is a club where Tristam spends time playing poker.
Tower of the Hotel de Ville
This location is one of the sights in the city of Brussels that impresses Newman.
A Grotesque Statue of Ivory
It is this representation of a monk that Newman sends to Babcock as a gift after they parted ways.
The apartment that Tristam chooses for Newman to live in is located here.
This is the amount...
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