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Go: A Novel Setting & Symbolism

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Manhattan

Manhattan is the island of New York City where most of the characters live and where the major action takes place.

Westchester

Westchester is a suburban county in New York, north of Manhattan, where Paul and Kathryn Hobbes met while living there with their families. Kathryn ccasionally visits her mother in Westchester during the course of the novel.

Spanish Harlem

Spanish Harlem is a predominantly Latino neighborhood within the Manhattan borough of Harlem, where Bianca and Agatson both live. It's poor and the rent is cheap. Several parties in the novel takes place there.

New Jersey Wharf

The New Jersey wharf area is across the river from Manhattan, where the friends go to drink after Agatson's death toward the end of the novel.

Long Island

Long Island is an island in southeastern New York, just east of Manhattan. Gene Pasternak lives there with his mother, although he...

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