The Man Who Saw Everything Setting

Deborah Levy
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London, England

The chapters surrounding Saul’s visit to East Germany take place in London. Saul’s freedom to do anything he wants in London is contrasted with the strict restrictions placed on what people are free to do in East Germany.

Abbey Road, London

Abbey Road in London is the setting of the two car accidents that link together the two distinct time periods in Saul’s life which are explored during the novel. In a delusion as Saul dies, he once again imagines himself to be crossing Abbey Road, where he sees Luna. Due to Saul’s cruel destruction of Luna’s copy of the album Abbey Road by The Beatles, the physical location of Abbey Road becomes associated for Saul with remorse over the way he treated her.

East Germany / The GDR

Saul’s visit to stay with Walter and Luna takes place in East Germany...

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