The Abbey of Montglane
The action of the "past" narrative begins here.
The Montglane Service
This is a chess set (board, pieces, and cloth cover), the possession of which serves as the focus of conflict in both "past" and "present" narratives.
This is associated with various aspects of control and power.
The Cocktail Napkin
When Catherine encounters the Fortune Teller (Section 2), Llewellyn writes the Fortune Teller's prophecy here.
This contains a pale man on a bicycle.
Lily's Chess Set
This first appears in Section 4, when Lily takes it out of her purse to play along with Solarin and Fiske during their match.
This is the setting for much of the action in the novel's "past" narrative.
This is the setting for a great deal of action in both "past" and "present" narratives.
The Valley of the Statues / The Casbah / The Cave
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