The Rocks Symbols & Objects

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The Rocks

The main setting of the novel, The Rocks, where Lulu runs her villa and raised her son Luc, represents a timeless place where the various characters in the story can count on for beauty, friends and parties. The only character that does not enjoy The Rocks is Gerald, who has only interacted with Lulu on two occasions since their short-lived marriage. The Rocks only sees minor changes throughout the novel. It is dependable, a place where patrons know exactly what they will get. Ironically, The Rocks is also the scene of Lulu and Gerald’s tragic death.

Art

Art leads Aegina in life altering directions on her trip to Morocco with Luc and ultimately, to marry Fergus. On her trip to Morocco, intending to purchase shirts to sell to help pay for art school, Aegina and Luc fail to act on their mutual affection for...

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