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.
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.
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 of a star and a circle in common.
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