Heist Society Setting & Symbolism

Ally Carter
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New York

New York is one of the main settings used in the book.

Kat and Hale go to Manhattan to find Uncle Eddie. Uncle Eddie's brownstone is located in New York City. It is the gathering place for the heist society. It is unusual for a master thief to maintain a residence but Uncle Eddie seems to be able to break many rules. Uncle Eddie has gained respect from other thieves and no one seems to bother him there. The home almost seems like the home of someone's grandmother, where one could come for soup, conversation, comfort, and conversation around the kitchen table. In Uncle Eddie's case, it is also where many heists have been planned. It is a place where everyone is welcome but where Uncle Eddie is clearly the dictator. It is also the only place Kat has ever called home.

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