Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy Setting

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London

London is the main setting of the novel Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy by Helen Fielding. London, the capital of England, is where Bridget, her family, Wallaker, Roxby, Talitha, Jude, and Tom live and work.

Hampstead Heath

Hampstead Heath is a beautiful place to live. It is where Bridget and Wallaker end up purchasing a house and blending their families together.

St. Oswalds House

St. Oswald’s House is a retirement community. It is the home of Bridget’s mother and Aunt Una. Bridget sometimes visits her mother at St. Oswald's House. She visits during the opening ceremony of the Gatehouse Lodges section.

The Seaside

During the summer, Bridget, her mother, and her two children go and to the seaside for a vacation. Bridget reflects fondly on this following their return.

Junior Branch

Junior Branch is where Billy attends school and Mr. Wallaker teaches. It is located...

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