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Grace Notes Setting & Symbolism

Bernard MacLaverty
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Objects/Places

Grace Notes

Grace notes are the notes between the main notes of a musical piece. They are usually unintentional on the part of the artist. A grace note can be a pause, a breath or a random sound made from the strings of an instrument.

The Pub

The pub provides income and a home for Catherine's family. The family lives above the pub, and her father earns a living running the pub on the ground floor. Catherine grew up in the family's home above the pub. The building started out as a bank in the 1900s. The safe is in the center of the building. Catherine's father was always proud of the safe and would remark that a man could stand tall and still walk inside of it.

Catherine's Childhood Bedroom

Catherine's bedroom is where her father framed and hung all of her early music awards. She spent...

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