Elsewhere (Russo) Setting & Symbolism

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Menemsha Pond

Menemsha Pond is the place on Martha’s Vineyard where Jean said she wanted her ashes spread after she died. The place was significant because it was the place where she had taken Russo on vacation when he was a boy.

Megunticook House

Megunticook House is the last place that Jean lived before her death. It was an apartment building for seniors located in Camden, Maine. The first time Russo took Jean to look at this apartment complex she had not liked it because she thought it was shabby. Later after it had been painted, she was taken to look at it again and swore that she had never seen it.

Green’s

Green’s is the beach that Russo’s aunt and uncle preferred to go to when they took Russo, Jean and their children to the beach. Jean did not like that beach because...

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