Nohow on: Three Novels Setting & Symbolism

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Place for Lying

The man in "Company" is lying somewhere; this appears to be on the floor, as he crawls without getting up, though it could also be a bed.

Room

The enclosed space where the man in "Company" is lying.

Connolly's Stores

The place where the man went with his mother, as a child, and asked her about the sky, annoying her.

Hedgehog

The animal the man in "Company" tried to save, but which he ended up aiding in the death of, and had to witness its decay.

Tree

The man in "Company" sat with a woman (either his mother or his lover, it is not stated) under a tree, and she told him to listen to the leaves.

Summer House

The place where the man in "Company" met with the nameless woman.

Venus

The planet the woman in "Ill Seen Ill Said" watches from her window...

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