Loitering with Intent Setting & Symbolism

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Sir Quentin's flat (Hallam Street)

This is where Fleur first begins her job at the Autobiographical Association, where the group's meetings are held, and, technically Lady Edwina's home, where she resides. Fleur finds herself returning to the flat even after ending her employment with the Sir Quentin as a result of her disputes with him, as well as to visit Lady Edwina.

Warrender Chase

This is the title of Fleur Talbot's first novel, which she works on for the bulk of the novel, as well as this novel's main character. The novel serves as a central part of the plot as the fictitious events from the story begin manifesting themselves in Fleur's life.

Fleur's room

A small, book-ridden room where Fleur contentedly lives. The small room serves as a characterization of Fleur, portraying her as the avid reader and writer that she is and showing these as her...

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