Sundays at Tiffany's Setting & Symbolism

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St. Regis Hotel

The favorite hangout of Michael and Jane, especially when she is a child. In the restaurant here, they order ice cream sundaes and describe the imaginary lives of the people around them.

Jane's Apartment

Her oasis, and a place that should (in theory) be separate from her life with her mother.

The Metropolitan Museum

A New York museum where Jane meets Hugo for an ill-fated encounter; also one of Jane and Michael's favorite spots.

Nantucket

The site of Jane and Michael's romantic weekend.

Thank Heaven

Jane's play based on her youthful experiences with Michael.

Tiffany's

The shop where Vivienne takes Jane each Sunday.

Rings

Hugo proposes to Jane with a ring from Tiffany's; she eventually buys a ring from the store just for herself.

Pink

A color associated with Vivienne indicating vitality and liveliness. Originally not a part of Jane's life but later incorporated into...

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