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Saint Mazie Setting

Jami Attenberg
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Boston, 1907

Boston was Mazie, Rosie, and Jeanie's birthplace, a house of dysfunction and trauma punctuated by very few good moments.

The New York City Home on Grand Street (1907—1919)

This was the first home for Mazie and Jeanie after being taken out of Horvath and Ada's Boston nightmare by Rosie and Louis. Mazie grows up here, and the house's comfort steels her through bad times and good.

Coney Island Home on Surf Avenue (1919—1924)

This home, near the ocean, was a large house with a yard. Here Mazie is adopted by Louis, commutes by car and train to work, sees Rosie lose both sanity and Louis, and prevents Rosie's suicide in the freezing ocean.

The Venice Theater Ticket Booth

A main setting, this is where Mazie spends almost all of her days from age 20 till the end, and encounters most of the characters in the novel.

New York City (1907—1939)

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