The narrator grows up here. When he returns from school, he lets the crooked Divney take over.
The Public House
The narrator's mother runs this in the family's home on the farm.
Golden Hours by de Selby
This is the first of de Selby's books that the narrator reads, and the narrator steals a copy of it from his school.
De Selby Index
The narrator writes a definitive review of de Selby and all his critics called by this name.
The narrator and Divney murder Mathers for his this.
The Police Barracks
This building is oddly one-dimensional looking, like a roadside sign instead of an actual building.
Sergeant Pluck explains this as meaning that everything is made up of small particles of itself, so that Pluck is made up of small Pluck particles, and sheep are made up of small sheep particles...
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