At Swim-Two-Birds Setting

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The Uncle’s House

The Uncle’s house is the setting where the majority of the student’s novel is composed. Within the house is the student’s bedroom where he spends most of his time, inspiring him to write about a character who also spends most of his time in bed. The student spends his time in his uncle’s house either sleeping or trying to avoid his uncle.

College

Despite being a student, the student spends relatively little time at the college. What time he does spend there is spent seeking out people like Brinsley before promptly departing to a nearby pub.

Pubs (various)

The student visits numerous pubs throughout the narrative where he becomes extremely intoxicated with other characters, most often Kelly and Brinsley. The student’s alcohol consumption contributes to the amount of time he spends in bed working on his novel.

The Red Swan Hotel

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