Mr. Blue Setting & Symbolism

Myles Connolly
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Blue's Inheritance

Blue received two million dollars from one of his uncles as inheritance. He gave it away as quickly as possible.

Blue's Kite

Blue made a kite to fly from the roof of Tootsall where he lived.

The Tootsall Building Roof

Where Mr. Blue left until Stevens stopped being building manager and the new superintendent asked him to leave.

Beacon Hill Attic

The room where Mr. Blue lived during much of his time in Boston.

Boston

Mr. Blue's city of origin, he was very loyal to the city.

The Boston Gothic

Catholic architecture at Boston College that inspires Mr. Blue not because of its structure but because of its ability to endure.

The Slums

Mr. Blue decides late in the book to live among the poorest of the poor in Boston's slums.

The Eleven Letters

The narrator collects eleven letters that Mr. Blue wrote to document his...

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