The Children Act Setting

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Gray’s Inn Square

Gray’s Inn Square is where Fiona lives with Jack. Gray’s Inn Square is the only location in the novel where Fiona interacts with Jack and their flat is the symbol of their marriage. The way Jack and Fiona interact with their surroundings when at home reflects the state of their emotional connection. When they are estranged, the couple avoids each other by spending their time in separate rooms. Jack slept in the spare bedroom for most of the novel so when he returns to their shared bedroom in the final chapter it shows that their marriage has been saved.

Royal Courts of Justice

The Royal Courts of Justice is where Fiona works. Fiona is most comfortable in this location because she is in control and is protected from having to respond to situations in an emotional way. At this location, Fiona’s judgement...

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