The Post Office - This is where Henry worked before quitting his secure job to pursue writing full-time, and it serves as a symbol for traditional values.
Los Angeles - This is the city where Henry lives and where the novel is set.
Henry's Sculpted Head - Lydia creates this object which is passed back and forth between Henry and Lydia, depending on the current status of their relationship.
Vance Pastures - This is what Henry calls Lydia's family property near Muleshead, Utah.
It Runs Around the Room and Me, and others - This is the title of one of Henry's volumes of poetry.
Henry's Apartment - This is Henry's filthy home which serves as a symbol of Henry's nontraditional values.
Henry's Blue Volkswagen - This is one of Henry's only durable possessions which serves as a symbol of Henry's charisma.
Drayer Baba - This is a...
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