This country is the homeland of the novel's four female protagonists.
This capital city is portrayed in the novel's early chapters as dirty, crowded, and noisy.
This is a suburb where Mrs. Wilkins and Mrs. Arbuthnot live.
The London Club
This is the location where both Mrs. Arbuthnot and Mrs. Wilkins are when they read about the villa.
The Advertisement in the Times
This is what Mrs. Wilkins and Mrs. Arbuthnot see that leads them to go to the villa.
This is the name of the medieval castle and villa.
Mrs. Fisher's Walking Stick
This is the tool that one of the four women carry around with them.
This is where Mr. Wilkins has an embarrassing experience.
The Portrait of the Madonna
This is a painting that is often compared to one of the women.
Gardens and Flowers
These surround the...
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