The Romance of the Forest Setting & Symbolism

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League

A league is a unit of measurement consisting of about three miles.

Monville

Monville is the city where La Motte stops so that his family and Adeline may spend the night.

Forrest of Fontanville

The Forest of Fontanville is the forest in which the abbey is located.

Lyons

Lyons is the town in which La Motte hopes he will be able to seek concealment.

Auboine

Auboine is the town close to the deserted abbey in which the La Mottes stay. It is from this town that Peter brings supplies and furniture.

The River

It is on the banks of this river, which winds through the forest that surrounds the abbey, that Adeline often takes books to read.

St. Clair's Abbey

St. Clair's Abbey is the abbey in which the La Mottes set up residence after they are forced to leave Paris.

Ruins of a Tomb

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