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Mao II Setting & Symbolism

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Yankee Stadium

This large baseball stadium in New York City is the setting for the action of the novel's Prologue, a mass wedding ceremony for thousands of couples led by the Rev. Sun Myung Moon.

New York City

This world renowned city is the setting for much of the novel's action, its high intensity and aura of success (as embodied, albeit sometimes regretted, in the lives of Brita and Charlie) contrasting vividly with the shabby, abandoned lives of the people who live below the radar of that success (as embodied by those encountered by Karen during her disappearance).

Bill Gray's Estate

Some distance outside of New York, reclusive novelist Bill Gray lives and works in an isolated house where he is attended and supported by his assistant Scott and Scott's partner Karen. Several large rooms in the house are devoted to Bill's writing, both the work he has...

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