Paris - Known as a center for literature and art, Henry goes there to become a writer.
America - To Henry it is a concept, an abstraction that does not truly exist.
Dijon - A place drab and bleak, turning out vats of mustard.
The Dome - A place Henry and his friends frequent to experience the whores.
Villa Borghese - Where the story begins, it is about to be rented out and Henry will need to find another place to live and work on his book.
Suresness - Where Henry goes to live with a group of Russians.
Kruger's Studio - Where Henry is staying when he becomes seriously ill and has to be carried out to a hotel.
Le Havre - Henry, Fillmore and Collins go there to have a good time in a weekend that proves to be full of drinking, eating and carousing...
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