The Best Little Girl in the World Setting & Symbolism

Steven Levenkron
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Park Avenue and Ninety-Sixth

The location of Dr. Smith's office.

Northeast Hospital

Where Francesca is taken after her weight drops to below seventy-five pounds.

Manhattan

Where Francesca lives with her parents.

Hyperalimentation

The means by which Francesca is fed during her stay in the hospital. The procedure involves inserting a tube directly into the jugular vein.

California

Where Susanna is now living in a commune.

Harvard

Where Gregg attends school.

Madison Avenue

Where Francesca goes to a coffee shop before her skipped appointment with Sandy.

Central Park

Where Francesca plans to walk prior to an appointment with Dr. Gordon and where she finds herself assaulted by the smell and sight of food, sending her into a panic that makes her late for her appointment.

The Dayroom

A common area in the hospital where patients meet for games and to spend time together.

Fifty-Second Street

Where the dance studio...

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