In a Dark, Dark Wood Setting

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The glass house

The glass house is a vacation home constructed in Kiedler Forest near the village of Stanebridge in Northumberland by Flo’s aunt, and is symbolic of truth and theater. The house is starkly out of place in the wooded environment, for it is modern in design and composed of steel and glass walls wide open to the surrounding area. When constructed, the house was opposed by locals, for it was built on the remains of an old building, and because it was so out of character for the area. The glass house is selected as the location for Clare’s hen do, during which time Nora, Nina, Flo, Tom, Clare, and Melanie come to stay at the place. Cell reception is horrible, and Nora feels totally exposed living behind glass walls. The glass house itself is representative of truth because nothing can be hidden behind walls...

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