Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter Setting & Symbolism

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Radio Central

Radio Central is the radio station where Pedro Camacho worked. It is the station that aired the serials and was owned by the Genaros and where Marito spent a lot of his time.

Panamericana

Panamericana is the conservative sister station to Radio Central and is in the building next door. Marito works in an office on the roof at Panamericana as a news writer and editor. The station is also owned by the Genaros and its subject matter is more refined than that of Radio Central.

Lima

Lima is the town in Peru where Marito works and goes to school. It is also the focal point for all of Pedro Camacho's new serials.

Chincha

Chincha is a small village two hours outside of Lima where Marito and Julia hoped to be married. Pascual's cousin is the mayor of the town and first agreed to marry them...

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