She Said Setting & Symbolism

Jodi Kantor
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New York Times Office

The New York Times office is the setting for many of the events depicted in She Said. The Times office was where both Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey were employed at the start of and throughout the Weinstein investigations and reporting. Throughout the text, the authors depict the reporters' collective work within this space. At the office they conferred with their editors Rebecca Corbett and Dean Baquet. Often the women participated in larger editorial and journalistic meetings at the Times headquarters, even meeting with Weinstein and his team in the office conference rooms. While much of their investigative work occurred outside the physical space of the office, both Kantor and Twohey found a home base at the times, a safe sphere in which they could collaborate and plan their approaches and tactics to working with Weinstein victims, Weinstein's network of supporters, and later, composing...

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