The Marquise of O, and Other Stories Setting & Symbolism

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A Newspaper Article

It is through this article that the Marquise hopes to discover the identity of the father of her baby.

A Teacup

It is upon picking up this cup that the Marquise has a sensation just as she had in a former pregnancy.

A Pistol

This gun accidentally goes off as the Marquise's father is taking it from the wall of his bedroom.

The Citadel

This citadel is where the Marquise is attacked and then "saved" from her attackers by the Count.

Country House in V**

The Marquise and her children find refuge at this house after the Marquise is thrown out of her house by her father.

Santiago, Chile

Santiago is the city where Josefa and Jer├│nimo are saved from their death sentences by an earthquake but then later murdered by a crowd of people outside a church.

Ragusa

Ragusa is the city in...

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