All I Want Is Everything: A Gossip Girl Novel Setting & Symbolism

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Manhattan

The island of Manhattan is the centerpiece of New York City. Home to much of America's wealth, and indeed much of the world's wealth, Manhattan is also viewed as a center of high society, of partying, of good times, and of casual and almost thoughtless extravagance.

Central Park

In the heart of the island of Manhattan is Central Park, an oasis of greenness and trees in the middle of the urban jungle that surrounds it. Sometimes romantic, sometimes violent, often the place where eccentrics and lovers alike hang out, it is the setting for some of the novel's most important scenes (the romantic encounter between Nate and Jenny, Vanessa's filming of that encounter, and the late-in-the-narrative reconciliation between Vanessa and Dan).

The Constance Billiard School for Girls

This is the expensive private school where Blair and her friends go, both to obtain their education and pursue their...

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