Supermarket Setting

Bobby Hall
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Baker City, Oregon

The novel takes place in Baker City, Oregon, where the narrator Flynn has lived all his life. It is a small town near the border with Iowa, and Flynn describes it as relatively dull. He explains, "Everyone knew everyone else's business. Dated the same people, went to the same lame parties, ate at the same broke diner. We had a bank, a post office, a library, a supermarket, and a dirty old movie theater that screen Marvel flicks. No mall, no good restaurants, no hospital...The most fun you could have was floating down the river with some whiskey and beers" (6).

Muldoon's

Muldoon's is the supermarket where Flynn is hired in Chapter 2, and where he plans to set the novel he is writing. This is where he meets his delusion Frank, along with the other, real employees of the store, Mia, Cara, Ted, Rachel and Kurtis...

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