This German city is full of complicated and contradictory energies and intentions.
The Boarding House
This place is operated by Fraulein Schroeder.
This is a nightclub frequented by characters in both sets of narratives.
Mr. Norris' Wigs
These objects are explained in detail by the narrator.
Sally's Nail Polish
This common cosmetic suggests the core personality of one of the characters.
This item is often referred to by a writer, although details are vague.
The Guest House on Ruegen Island
This is the setting for the narrative in Goodbye to Berlin subtitled On Ruegen Island (Summer 1931.)
The Nowaks' Apartment
This location is the setting for the narrative in Goodbye to Berlin subtitled The Nowaks.
Landauer's Department Store
This place represents the family's success and status.
This place is the focus of one of Bernhard's practical jokes on Christopher.
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