This is where Madame Raquin has a haberdashery shop.
Country House by the Seine
This is where Madame Raquin goes after retiring.
Passage du Pont-Neuf
This is an alley.
The Haberdashery Shop
This is what Madame Raquin purchases to help her family move to Paris.
This is where Laurent stays before marrying Thérèse.
This is what Laurent rents with Thérèse's money.
This frightens Laurent and Thérèse on their wedding night.
Laurent visits here daily after Camille's death.
This is where Laurent and Thérèse can't stand to be near each other after they marry.
This is where Madame Raquin spends her days after her stroke.
This contains prussic acid.
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