Outline Setting

Rachel Cusk
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A London Club

Readers first meet Faye in a London club. A billionaire invites her there and then proceeds to give her an outline of his life. People use a setting to support their own story, much as a writer does to create a story.

The Airplane

The narrator takes a plane to Greece. On the plane ride, she meets an older, Greek man who commences to tell her his life story. The Greek man appears throughout the novel. The plane itself a symbol. It represents a journey. More specifically in this case, it represent a journey into self-exploration that continues until one finds peace. Anne also takes the same journey on a plane. Though, the vehicle for both Anne's and Faye's journey is the same, each has a different personal experience.

Clelia's Apartment

Clelia's apartment is where the narrator stays during her time in Athens. It highlights the...

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