Imagine Me Gone Setting

Adam Haslett
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The Cabin

The cabin belongs to one of John's partners. The family goes there for vacation when the children are small. Later, Alec goes there with Michael to try to get him off his medication. Michael dies there.

The cabin also has a symbolic representation as it symbolizes John's failure. The family could never afford such a place on their own. They are literally at the beck-and-call of the cabin's owners, even having to stay at a hotel when the owners come a day early one year,

The Woods

There are woods near the house the family has in the United States. The family takes walks there. Michael goes there and senses such evil that he leaves for London. John commits suicide there.

Margaret's and John's House When They Return From London the Last Time

This is the last house John lives in. Michael did not live in it...

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