Eleanor & Park Setting

Rainbow Rowell
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The School Bus

The school bus is the transportation used by Park and Eleanor as a means of getting to school each day. The bus is typical of school buses. Park tends to use music to try to drown out the yelling of other students until he becomes friends with Eleanor. Both Eleanor and Park hate the bus until it becomes the place where they get to spend time together. This becomes a major setting for the action of the story, especially during the early chapters.

Eleanor's House

Eleanor, her mother, her four siblings, and her stepfather share a two-bedroom house. The house is run-down and very small. The bathroom is right beside the kitchen and there is no door separating the two rooms. This means anyone in the bathroom is in full view of a large portion of the rest of the house. There is a sheet up...

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