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Daniel Orozco
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The Office

The unnamed office is where the entire story takes place. The nature of the business that occurs in the office is never revealed, but the office is full of characters who have dark and sinister secrets. Because of this, the office explores all of the main themes in this story, because it is the setting where all of the plot events transpire.

The Women's Washroom

The women’s washroom serves as a setting that many of the characters use as an outlet for their secret habits. For example, John LaFountaine occasionally uses the women’s washroom and spies on the women. Another example is Gwendolyn Stich, who sneaks into the women’s washroom to cry in secret, despite her positive personality.

The Photocopier Room

The photocopier room is the final stop in the office tour. It has a large window, from which the employees can see a...

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