The Huntress Setting

Kate Quinn
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Jordan's Darkroom

Jordan's darkroom, also known as a photo development room, is a place that is entirely her own. Of course, it is where she goes to bring her photos off of film and onto paper, but more than that, it is an oasis for her to dive deeper into her own thoughts and dreams.

When it is first introduced, it helps show readers how passionate Jordan is about her craft, as she has portraits of her greatest idols and inspirations hanging on the walls. However, as the novel progresses, the darkroom acts as a place where she can be in complete privacy in an attempt to uncover Anneliese's secret, as well as a place to carry out her secret affair with Tony. While it is a setting for Jordan's mission of discovering the truth, it is also a setting of the intimate thoughts of a young girl trying...

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