This represents life and death to the narrator.
The Wrecked Boat
The narrator describes this early in the novel as a metaphor for himself.
This is a boarding house where people seem to go after suffering psychological deaths.
The Doctor's Office
This is what the narrator calls the place where Anna's end began.
This is where Chloe and Rose get into an argument.
This is where the narrator would vacation as a child.
The narrator's memories of this place are ruined when he finds out there are new owners.
The narrator describes these as being perfection.
These make the narrator nervous, as he feels they reveal his true self.
The narrator says the energy of these match his own.
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