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Parrot and Olivier in America Setting & Symbolism

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England

England is Parrot's home country when he is a child. He leaves with Tilbot after his father is arrested when the printery is burned down because of forgeries occurring there.

France

France is the main setting of the first third of the novel. Olivier is from France, but he is sent away because the political atmosphere causes his mother to think his life is in danger. After Amelia Godefroy refuses to marry him, Olivier returns to France.

America

America is the main setting of the majority of the novel. Parrot and Olivier relocate to America to compile a report about American prisons.

Chateau de Barfleur

The Chateau de Barfleur is Olivier's family home in the French countryside where he spends his childhood.

rue Saint-Dominique

rue Saint-Dominique is where the Garmont family has their home in Paris. The Comtesse lives on the rue Saint-Dominique after the king is...

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