Something Wonderful Setting & Symbolism

Judith McNaught
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Morsham

This is the small town from which Alexandra comes. It is very close knit, and everyone knows what is happening with everyone else. When Alexandra is hurt and carried into the Inn, people of the town know about the incident less than twenty-four hours later. This news threatens to ruin Alexandra's reputation.

Rosemeade

One of Jordan's many estates. It is his grandmother's favorite and is where she would prefer to live because it isn't as daunting as Hawthorne.

Hawthorne

This is the largest of the estates that Jordan owns. It has an immense mansion that sits on 50,000 acres of land. The mansion is made of stone and glass and has hundreds of servants.

Morsham Inn

The Inn where Jordan takes Alexandra after she faints from killing a man and saving Jordan's life. This is where he discovers she is a girl, and when the owner of the...

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