The Hotel Room
This setting is where the story begins. It is introduced as dim and stagnant with the world slowly coming to life around it. This setting serves as a good indicator of Mary and Colin's passion toward one another - or, conversely, their level of self-involvement - at any given moment.
This setting is where Robert first displays his apparent capacity for charity by bringing Mary and Colin here. It is populated entirely by young men, giving it airs of both homosexuality and misogyny.
This setting is sacrosanct for Robert. Here his father met with other diplomats as well as displayed his vast collection of expensive foreign rugs. It is also the setting of a traumatic event for Robert.
While Colin and Mary are in this setting late one night, Robert appears as if by chance and extends hospitality to...
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