Marjorie Morningstar Setting & Symbolism

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West End

A section of New York City that is home to more affluent residents, housing a large Jewish community during the first half of the 20th century.

El Dorado

Fashionable apartment building in the West End, populated only by truly affluent individuals and families

Hunter College

Free public college in New York City, attended by Marjorie and friend Marsha

Lamms Department Store

Popular department store in New York City, owned by the father of Sandy Goldstone, one of Marjorie's early boyfriends

bar-mitzva

A Jewish ceremony for boys, usually when they reach age 12, which is their introduction into male adulthood

Vagabonds

A dramatic group that Marjorie joins in the hopes of networking herself into a paying acting position.

Camp Tamarack

Children's camp in New York, at which Marjorie spends a summer as the creative drama director

South Wind

Adult resort across the lake from Camp Tamarack, where Noel...

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