Autobiography of a Face Setting & Symbolism

Lucy Grealy
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Diamond D Stables

A rather dilapidated stable where Lucy worked for several years from the time she was fourteen.

Rockland County

Where Diamond D Stables were located.

Pascack Valley Hospital

Where Lucy spends the first night in the hospital, awaiting what they believe to be a minor surgery.

The Strang Clinic

Where Lucy and her parents go for treatment by Dr. John Conley.

Columbian Presbyterian Hospital

Known as the "Babies Hospital," this is where Lucy is to have the emergency surgery performed when her family first learns of her illness.

Ward 10

The ward of the "Babies Hospital," where Lucy spends much of her time over the early months of her illness.

Recovery

The hospital rooms set aside for patients recovering from surgery and where Lucy wakes after her major surgery to find that she has a tube in her throat.

Ewings Sarcoma

The cancer Lucy has.

The Queen Mary

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