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A Solitary Blue Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

The University School

This is Jeff's school from first grade. He leaves when he is in eight grade, after failing the year. The school is free for the children of university professors, although some children's parents pay for them to attend. Jeff never really makes friends at the University School,

Charleston, South Carolina

Charleston is Melody's hometown and it seems a place of wonder, mystery and ancientness to Jeff on his first visit.

Gambo's House

Gambo's large, airy and rambling Charleston home stands in sharp contrast to Jeff and the Professor's dark, small Baltimore apartment.

The Martin

The beautiful old guitar that the Professor gives Jeff for Christmas when Jeff is twelve. It is the best gift that Jeff has ever received, and in spite of an initial miscommunication between the Professor and the Jeff about the Martin, it creates a real bond between the father and son...

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