The Comedians Setting & Symbolism

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Haiti

Medea has been bound for Port-au-Prince in Haiti on its way from Philadelphia and New York.

Medea

A cargo-ship of the Royal Netherlands Steamship Company that traveled to Haiti being for the main characters a point of no return.

Hotel Trianon

Hotel Trianon is neither classical nor luxurious, built in the twentieth century fashion. It has towers, balconies and wooden fretwork-decorations. It appears to be out of fairy tales.

Monte Carlo

The place where Mr. Brown was born.

the Tontons Macoutes

Secret police in Haiti.

Santo Domingo

Medea was bound for Santo Domingo that borders with Haiti.

Burma

Mr. Jones was to be dropped in Burma behind the Jap lines for the purpose of making a diversion.

Columbus stone

A rendezvous spot in Port-au-Prince, where Mr. Brown and Martha were meeting.

Kenscoff

Near Kenscoff Voodoo ceremonies marked with drum beating were performed.

Nashville

Mr. Smith was hit...

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