The Bingo Palace Setting & Symbolism

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Bingo Hall

Described as a glamorous by night and dingy by day, the bingo hall is the only gaming spot on the reservation. Lipsha works at the bingo hall cleaning up and bartending occasionally. Lyman owns the bingo hall and has dreams of expanding to add a casino to the financial potential. Both young and old frequent the bingo hall. Some are faithful bingo players, and some come for the social exchange. Some come to have a drink, and some come to dance. The bingo hall is the catalyst for Lipsha's lessons in money, love and life.

Fleur's House

Lipsha is the only one in the novel who has a first-hand look at Fleur's house. It is a dim, old-fashioned house full of earthly scents. Fleur has writing and text on the walls and tables, and she keeps stones near her handmade bed. Her property is fought over...

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