Cheri and The Last of Cheri Setting & Symbolism

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Lea's home

During the time of her relationship with Cheri, Lea lives in an ornately-appointed home in Paris on the Avenue Bugeaud.

Madame Peloux's home

Madame Peloux has a home in Neuilly where she entertains frequently and where Cheri and Edmee live for a short time upon their return from their wedding trip.

Neuilly

Neuilly is a suburb of Paris and the location of Madame Peloux's home.

Pearls

Cheri is attracted to the luster of Lea's pearl necklace and throughout the book, pearls take on a significance of pleasure, wealth and comfort for Cheri.

Normandy

Lea and Cheri spend time each year in Normandy in order to escape the heat and pressures of Parisian summers.

The Morris Hotel

The Morris Hotel is the location of Vicomte Desmond's apartment where Cheri stays for some time to avoid going home to Edmee.

Desmond's

Desmond's is the restaurant and bar owned...

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