The Sea - This represents life and death to the narrator.
The Wrecked Boat - The narrator describes this early in the novel as a metaphor for himself.
The Cedars - 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.
The Beach - This is where Chloe and Rose get into an argument.
The Field - This is where the narrator would vacation as a child.
The Farm - The narrator's memories of this place are ruined when he finds out there are new owners.
Eggs - The narrator describes these as being perfection.
Anna's Photographs - These make the narrator nervous, as he feels they reveal his true self.
Storms - The narrator says the energy of these match his own.
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