Binocular Vision: New & Selected Stories Setting

Edith Pearlman
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The Subway Station at Harvard Square

The subway station is a setting in the story “Inbound.” It was in the subway station at Harvard Square that Sophie met up with her parents and Lily after they’d gotten separated during their visit to Harvard. It was at this same station that Lily called Sophie by name for the first time.

A Catholic Church

This Catholic Church was a setting in the story “Day of Awe.” Robert, a Jew, was attending Mass at this small Catholic Church in Central America when his adopted grandson beckoned for him to follow him out of the church. It was at this point that Robert realized that being a father to many nations was an unreachable ideal. He decided it might be better just to be a person who took care of others, even if those others weren’t perfect.

The Wren Home

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