The Public Image Setting & Symbolism

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Rome

Rome plays an important role in Annabel's career and her public image. Annabel's first film success, The House on the Piazza, was set in Rome. Since Annabel's public image as the English Lady-Tiger originates with this film, her reputation is also linked to Rome. Shortly after Annabel and her family move there, her film career and public image are in danger of disintegrating because her husband commits suicide under scandalous circumstances. Thus, Rome is the site of both the birth and death of her acting career and public image.

Church of St. John and St. Paul

The Church of St. John and St. Paul is a church in Rome. It is the site of Frederick's suicide. Under the church, there are caves and between the church and the caves, there are planks where men are working on excavations. Frederick jumps from the planks to the foundations where...

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