The Nice and the Good Setting & Symbolism

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Willy's Cottage

The cottage is on Octavian's estate. It is a rectangular brick building, with one large sitting room, a kitchen, bathroom and small bedroom. The walls are covered with bookshelves.

Trescombe House

Trescombe is Octavian and Kate's estate in Dorset, England. It is close to the beach and the sea. The family often goes down to walk along the water or swim in it.

Gunnar's Cave

This is the cave that is located in the cliff near Trescombe House. Pierce swims into the cave near the end of the novel. John Ducane swims in after him and the two, along with Mingo, spend the night in the cave during high tide, barely surviving.

The Vaults

The vaults are located beneath Octavian's offices. Radeechy used the vaults for his rituals. McGrath takes Ducane down there during his investigation.

John Ducane's house

The house is located in London. Ducane...

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