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A Sport and a Pastime Setting & Symbolism

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Paris

The story opens in Paris. The narrator and Dean both hate it because it is too crowded and, they think, not representative of the "real France."

Autun

Autun is a small French town. The narrator moves there from Paris.

The Wheatland House

The narrator moves into a house in Autun owned by the Wheatlands.

Dean's Car

Dean has a very expensive car. How exactly he came to possess it is unclear, though he says it is owned by a friend.

Dean and Anne-Marie's List of Hotels

Dean and Anne-Marie make a list of hotels to visit on their road trip. Anne-Marie makes only one contribution to the list, symbolic of her lack of power in the relationship.

America

Dean leaves Autun for America.

Yale

Dean is a Yale dropout.

Trains

Train is the most common form of long-distance transportation in France.

Dijon

Dijon is the only major...

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