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Egypt Street

Egypt Street is the first setting of the novel. Here, there reader is introduced to Edward and the rest of the Tulane family. Not much is said about the entire house, as all of the time is spent either in Abilene's bedroom or in the dining room. Edward sleeps with Abilene in her bed, where Pellegrina tucks her in and tells her the story of the princess. In the dining room, Edward sits in a chair facing the window and waits for Abilene to come home from school every day. He also sits in there with the family at meal times, listening to but never caring about their conversations until one night when Abilene's parents inform her that the family is going on a trip to London.

Ocean

The ocean is the first place that Edward stays in after he is separated from Abilene. Edward stays on...

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