Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead Setting & Symbolism

Bert V. Royal
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CB's Letter to Pen Pal

CB writes a letter to his pen pal sporadically throughout the play, though he does not expect his pen pal to respond since he never has before. CB writes because he is upset about the death of his dog and Beethoven. He writes about Chopin, often comparing Chopin's music and life to his interactions with Beethoven. Before signing the letter, he apologizes for the length.

Backyard

CB's dog is buried in his backyard.

Cafeteria

Marcy and Tricia plan Marcy's party during lunch in the cafeteria. Later, Marcy, Tricia, Matt and Van discuss CB kissing Beethoven at Marcy's party, and Matt swears vengeance against Beethoven.

Music Room

CB listens to Beethoven playing the piano in the music room during lunch. This is where he first kisses Beethoven and where he proposes that Beethoven is his boyfriend the Monday after Marcy's party. Matt visits Beethoven...

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