Requiem for a Dream: A Novel Setting & Symbolism

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Marion's Apartment

Marion's apartment is small and quaint and where Harry and Marion spend most of their time. When Harry and Tyrone start selling drugs they have to use Marion's apartment as headquarters because Tyrone doesn't have a phone set up at home.

Tyrone's Apartment

Tyrone's apartment is barely furnished without a phone or television. Tyrone keeps a small radio with bad reception there as entertainment. This may have been where Harry was living before he moves in with Marion. Tyrone gets a new apartment when they start making money. The only description of the new place is that it has large closets with sliding mirrored doors. This apartment marks the 'new' Tyrone, the one with a beautiful girlfriend and a closet full of silk shirts.

Sara's Apartment

Sara's apartment hasn't been changed in all of the years she has been living there. When Sara starts hallucinating, she...

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