Evelina Symbols & Objects

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Berry Hill

Berry Hill is Rev. Villars' domicile where Evelina is raised. It represents her country upbringing which leads to her many social faux pas during her trips to London.

Howard Grove

Howard Grove is the home of Lady Howard and the Mirvans. Evelina visits them there on an extended holiday, representing her first trip from home and her introduction to society. She later returns to Howard Grove with Mme. Duval.

London

London is the main setting of the novel. Evelina first visits London with the Mirvans where she makes many faux pas due to her lack of social experience. She returns to London with Mme. Duval in Volume 2 when she is forced to spend time with the disagreeable Branghtons. Evelina meets Sir Clement and Lord Orville in London, indicating how her trip to town influences the rest of her life.

Queen-Ann Street

Evelina resides on Queen-Ann...

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