The Good Girl Setting

Mary Kubica
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The House Mia Grew Up In

The novel opens with Eve in the house where Mia grew up. On the surface, this household would produce a "good girl." The family is well-to-do. The parents are still married. There is no physical abuse, and the girls do not go wanting for food, warmth, or a place to sleep. As the novel continues, though, readers discover that the household is not perfect and neither is Mia.

Mia's Apartment

Mia's apartment, the place she moves to to be independent of her family, is where she has to return to in order to regain her independence and her sense of self. Eve also goes there to do the same.

Mia's School (Her Place of Employment)

The school where Mia teaches shows that she is a woman of many personas. Here she is a good girl. She gives herself to the children she teaches...

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