Priestdaddy Setting & Symbolism

Lockwood, Patricia
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Greg and Karen's House

Greg and Karen's house is not merely a family home, it is also the heart and center of their religious community. This is reflected in the religious iconography and art around the home. It is also quite literal due to the fact that their family home is not a normal house but a rectory. That idea is reinforced by the presence of the seminarian in the home. Greg and Karen's house is symbolic of Patricia returning to live under the supervision of the Church, as illustrated by the crucifix that hangs on their bedroom door.

Savannah

Savannah is where Patricia and Jason ultimately settle and build their life together before they are forced to move back in with her parents. As people who previously travelled a lot and never lived in one place for very long, Savannah represents the establishment of their own more...

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