New York City - Its changes throughout the story in appearance and attitude, make this place almost as important to the novel's theme and actions of the main character.
The Agency Office - Being concealed within the walls of an abandoned moving company could be construed as irony for this location.
The Dakota - This symbolizes that some things remain unchanged, even with the passage of time.
The Boarding House - This is where Si meets Julia and Jake.
The New York Observer Building - A confrontation here results in the author's display of the destructive power of greed and ambition.
Katie's Letter - The contents of this kicks off Si's investigation into the past.
The Statue of Liberty - A point of translocation, this object serves as a hiding place and a landmark in the novel.
The Gravestone and the Shoe - These have the pattern...
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