First Love Setting & Symbolism

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Neskootchnyappears in First Love

Neskootchny is the main setting of the novel. It is the place in the country where Vladimir's family and Zinaida's mother take homes for the summer.

Vladimir's Country Houseappears in First Love

Vladimir's country house is located in Neskootchny, next door to Princess Zasyekin's lodge, and is the location where Vladimir lives during the time detailed in the narrative of his friendship with Zinaida.

Lodgeappears in First Love

In Neskootchy, there is a lodge next door to the Petrovichs' country home which Princess Zasyekin leases. This is where Vladimir begins and develops his relationship with Zinaida mostly.

Gardenappears in First Love

In Neskootchny, there is a garden near Vladimir's country house and Princess Zasyekin's lodge. Vladimir walks in this garden a lot, and this is where he first sees Zinaida. Vladimir and Zinaida spend a lot of time together in the garden.

Greenhouseappears in First Love

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