How to Be Both Setting

Ali Smith
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Cambridge

Cambridge is city suburb of London, England. Cambridge is home to George and her family, and to Helena and her family. Much of the novel occurs in Cambridge, especially on New Year’s Eve. George spends the night at home, reflecting on the past and recalling memories of her mother with such detail and clarity that it is difficult for her to discern the past from the present. Cambridge is where George and Helena attend school, is where Carol’s ashes are scattered, and is where George and Helena go to visit the carpark.

London

London is the capital of England, and is the city to which Cambridge serves as a suburb. London is a beautiful, culturally-renowned city, famous for its art museums among other things. George visits these art museums on a regular basis in order to see paintings by Francesco del Cossa. It is also the...

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