This activity is repeatedly referenced throughout the book as an arduous, complicated, worthy, and honorable pursuit.
These objects, exchanged between two characters, are pivotal to both the romantic and mysterious strands of the book's plot.
These serve as a representation of truth and joy and are one character's favorite thing on the beach. They also feature in one of the manuscript's titles.
The House at Goose Cove
Much of the book's action happens at this place, which represents wealth and success but is also the site where Nola Kellergan's remains are discovered.
This is the place where Harry Quebert writes some notes for his book, where he comes so he can see Nola at work, and where much of Somerset's gossip goes on.
Black Chevrolet Monte Carlo
This object, a version of which was used in some manner by several different characters...
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