The Rum Diary: The Long Lost Novel Setting & Symbolism

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The San Juan Daily News

The San Juan Daily News is an English language newspaper in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Paul comes to San Juan to work for this paper, but the paper is struggling and goes under just months later.

El Diario

El Diario is the Spanish language newspaper published in San Juan and the Daily News' biggest competitor.

Rum

Rum is the drink of choice in Puerto Rico, and Paul and his friends spend a great deal of the novel drinking it.

Police Station

Paul, Sala, and Yeamon are arrested after a misunderstanding with some police officials and taken to the police station where they once again get into a physical confrontation with the police.

Court

Paul, Sala, and Yeamon go to court over allegations that they caused a riot. Sanderson arrives at the court just in time to drop some important names and get his...

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