Anna and the French Kiss Setting

Stephanie Perkins
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Anna's Room

Anna is a self-described neat-freak. She likes to have everything organized and in its perfect spot. She keeps her room very clean. When St. Clair comes in and looks at her things, she follows him around and puts everything back in its correct space. At first, Anna is terrified and lonely in her room. After a few months, her dorm room begins to feel like home. She and St. Clair spend their whole Thanksgiving break sleeping together in her bed, and it becomes a magical space where they explore being close to one another with no consequences to their normal lives and friendship.

Meredith's Room

Meredith’s room is right next to Anna’s room. The first night in the dorm, Anna cries because she is alone and frightened. The walls are so thin that Meredith hears Anna crying, and she comes over and invites her into...

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