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The Reptile Room Setting & Symbolism

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Tedia

Tedia is a small town outside of the Baudelaires' home city. Dr. Montgomery's house is located just outside of Tedia, along Lousy Lane.

Lousy Lane

Lousy Lane is a road that travels alongside the Grim River, outside of Tedia. The Baudelaires take this road to arrive at Dr. Montgomery's house. The road stinks, due to a nearby horseradish factory. The view along Lousy Lane is dismal, showing nothing but gray fields and the depressing Grim River.

Grim River

The Grim River is nine-tenths mud and is home to very disturbing fish. The river runs alongside Lousy Lane.

Dr. Montgomery's House

Dr. Montgomery's house is located at the end of Lousy Lane. It is a large dwelling, framed by snake-shaped hedges.

The Reptile Room

The Reptile Room is a room in Dr. Montgomery's house where he keeps all of his live reptile and snake specimens. It is lined...

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