The Nest Setting

Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney
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Central Park

Central Park is significant setting in the novel because it is here that Nora and Louisa happen to see Jack while he is trying to buy drugs before his lunch meeting with the rest of his siblings. Jack doesn’t recognize Nora and Louisa but they know who he is. They don’t tell their mother about the meeting because if they do they would also have to admit they have been sneaking out of their tutoring sessions to explore Central Park.

Stephanie’s Brooklyn Home

After Leo is released from drug rehabilitation he moves in with Stephanie in her Brooklyn home. It is in this brownstone that Lillian, their baby is conceived. Stephanie also gives birth to Lillian in her living room. Toomy O’Toole, the retired fireman who has Rodin’s “The Kiss” that was damaged in the attack on the World Trade Center, lives...

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