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The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue Setting

Mackenzi Lee
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Monty’s House

Monty’s house in England is where the novel begins and where the reader learns of Monty’s strained relationship with his father. It shows how wealthy the family is, while simultaneously explaining why Monty feels so isolated within his own class. The house is also mentioned numerous times throughout the journey, as it is where Monty has to return to run the estate, or run away from to be himself.

Paris

Paris is the first stop on their grand tour. Most importantly, it is the place where Monty stole the box containing the Lazarus Key from Duke Bourbon. The major place they visit in Paris is Versailles where Monty meets Bourbon for the first time and struggles interacting with the other nobility. His antics in Versailles almost ends their Grand Tour, until they are forced to run because of Monty’s thievery.

Marseilles

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