13 Little Blue Envelopes Setting & Symbolism

Maureen Johnson
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4th Noodle Penthouse

Ginny's starting point in New York. It is where her Aunt Peg lived before she left New York, and where she entrusted the letters which start Ginny on her adventure. This restaurant boasts the best dumplings in the world according to Peg and Ginny.

54a Pennington Street

Richard's home address in London, and Ginny's first stop as per her Aunt Peg's instructions. She stays here in what Richard refers to as Peg's room.

Harrods

The department store where Richard works is a building that seems to go on forever. Built from red brick, it boasts decorative cornices and on the roof is a dome. There are green awnings that are stretched over dozens of huge windows boasting every manner of goods for sale that one can imagine, and more.

Izzy's Cafe

Home to a series of paintings called 'Sheila Studies' and not Ginny's selection for...

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