Objects & Places from Washington Square

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Object Descriptions

Clothing - This is as an expensive item that the main character is accustomed to purchasing.

Letters - This is a method of correspondence used during the courtship of two characters.

Sweetcakes - This is what one character often consumed before courting.

Wine - This is collected in a cellar.

Oyster House - This is where two characters secretly meet to discuss the possibility of eloping.

Dr. Sloper's Study - This is where someone makes himself at home and looks at expensive collections.

Mrs. Montgomery's House - This is an example of near poverty and is made of red brick.

Mrs. Almond's Home - This is the modest home uptown from a sibling.

Washington Square - This is an affluent area of New York City.

New York City - This is where the novel is set in the mid to late 1800's.

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