Slade House Setting

David Mitchell
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Slade House

Slade House is the place where Norah and Jonah live as young adults. Slade House doesn't physically exist by 1979 when Nathan becomes one of the twins' victims. The house was destroyed during a war years earlier but it remains a manifestation of the house because the twins keep it alive. The house seems typical of wealthy families during the early 1900s. It's a large dwelling that some refer to as a mansion. The house has staircases and many rooms. There are portraits along the staircase and the victims see portraits of other victims, with their own as the final one in the row. There is an elaborate garden that is also part of the manifestation, but the entire property can be whatever the twins want it to be at any given time.

The Attic of Slade House

The attic is an important room in the house because...

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