Odd One Out Setting

Nic Stone
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Jupiter's House

Jupiter’s house - and specifically Jupiter’s room (or as she calls it the “Sanctuary”) - is the most significant setting in the novel (283). Though it is not where the bulk of the novel takes place, it is the place that demonstrates the most significant evolution and growth of Stone’s three main characters - Rae, Jupe, and Coop. As Stone’s characters are all teenagers, each of their rooms in their parents’ homes represents a place of security and familiarity. The significance of one’s own room will resonate with the average reader of this young adult novel.

The Sanctuary also holds three significant symbols for Jupe - Jupe’s posters of Freddie Mercury, Mars, and the Sun; Coop’s La-Z-boy; and where she plays the Jam. The novel begins and ends in Jupe’s room, serving to book-end the novel. Jupe’s room is...

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