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The Last Good Kiss Setting & Symbolism

James Crumley
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Rosie's Bar

The bar in Sonoma, California is where Sughrue's search for Trahearne ends and his search for Betty Sue begins. Seedy and rough around the edges, it's the kind of place both Sughrue and Trahearne feel at home in and therefore seek out.

San Francisco

The city on the coast of California is the first stop on Sughrue and Trahearne's search fro Betty Sue. In the novel, it has the reputation for being the kind of place where young people could easily disappear, with its community of anti-establishment, drug-using, free-loving free thinkers. By contrast, it's portrayed as a place where young people like Betty Sue get physically, emotionally, spiritually, and sexually lost, with their bodies and or their spirits often destroyed by their experiences there.

Betty Sue's Picture

Rosie gives Sughrue a picture of her daughter to help make finding her easier. In the picture, Betty Sue...

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