This is the insignia of the Prince and his family, appearing in paintings, monograms, carvings in walls and over doors, as well as in narration with metaphorical comparisons.
This is a constant symbol that does not change for the Prince and is used to measure the transformations taking place in the story.
This is the Prince's principal residence, located just outside of the corrupt city that represents the changes taking place.
This is the decadent city the Prince visits to conduct business, to visit his mistress, and to which he essentially banishes his foolish son Paolo.
This is the island where the events of the novel take place, which eventually becomes a province of Italy.
The Prince's Office
This is the place where the Prince does his business and the setting where his aristocratic nature is repeatedly confronted by the...
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