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The Man in the Iron Mask Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

France

France is a country in Europe, and the setting for the novel "The Man in the Iron Mask."

Paris

Paris is the capital city of France.

The Bastille

The Bastille is a prison in Paris, France. Philippe, the king of France's twin brother, is imprisoned there.

Luxembourg Palace

Luxembourg Palace is a palace owned by the royal family of France.

The Chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte

The Chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte is a palace in France. It was built and is owned by Fouquet. King Louis XIV dines here and is kidnapped, while his brother, Philippe, takes his place for a brief time.

Belle-Isle

Belle-Isle is a fort owned by Fouquet. He sends Aramis and Porthos there after their plot to switch the king of France with his twin brother is discovered.

St. Mande

St. Mande is a home in France where several writers live.

Rue St. Honoré

Rue St...

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