The First Bad Man Setting

Miranda July
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Cheryl's House

Cheryl's house is the setting of much of the action of this novel, from Cheryl's alone life to her life with Clee, Clee and Jack and finally Phil. It is a well-organized structure that is kept in place by Cheryl's own self-imposed rules, ones that she tries to get Clee to follow. Clee disrupts this organization at first, but by the end of the novel has joined in a kind of symbiosis. The house grows with Cheryl, becoming messier but more whole as she does. It is the place where Cheryl breaks down, urinating in tupperware but also the place where she shares tender moments with both Clee and Jack. It has an energy of its own, having been cared for by Rick prior to and during Cheryl's stay there.

Dr. TIbbet's Office

Dr. Ruth-Anne Tibbet's office is strangely similar to Cheryl's own home in terms of...

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