Objects & Places from The Great Divorce

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The Gray Town

This place is always rainy and depressing.

The Bus Stop

This is where the passengers fight to get on the transit vehicle.

The Foothills of Heaven

This is where the bus drops the passengers.

The Mountains

This place represents Exaltation. Once there, people continue learning and are always happy.

The River

This is what the narrator finds to walk on because the grass hurts his feet.

The Waterfall

This speaks to the ghosts and advises or warns them.

The Chess Game

The objects here represent the souls of the gigantic people.

The Silver Table

This is the world where the chess people reside.

The Narrator's Study

This is the last setting of the story, where the main character wakes up from his dream.

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