Objects & Places from The Armies of the Night: History as a Novel, the Novel as History

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Mailer's Den - This location is where Mailer is when he is asked to march on the Pentagon.

The Ambassador - This location is the site of a raucous night of speeches and poetry.

Draft Cards - These objects are turned in to the Justice Department in the novel.

Washington Monument - This location is the landmark where marchers meet on Saturday.

Lincoln Memorial - This location reminds Mailer of the Civil War.

United States Post Office in Alexandria, Virginia - This is the first location Mailer is taken after being arrested in Washington, D.C.

Occaquan, Virginia - This location is where arrested marchers are eventually taken for processing.

Protest Signs - Mailer observes these objects to gauge the intensity of the marchers.

Nazi Armband - This object is worn by a Norwegian in the novel.

Loud Speakers - These objects are used by the protest...

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