Vernon - 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.
Attic Room - This is where Laurent stays before marrying Thérèse.
Studio - This is what Laurent rents with Thérèse's money.
Camille's Portrait - This frightens Laurent and Thérèse on their wedding night.
Morgue - Laurent visits here daily after Camille's death.
Bedroom - This is where Laurent and Thérèse can't stand to be near each other after they marry.
Dining Room - This is where Madame Raquin spends her days after her stroke.
Stoneware flagon - This contains prussic acid.
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