The Seducer's Diary Setting & Symbolism

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Denmark

Kierkegaard's country of origin and the setting of The Seducer's Diary.

Copenhagen

The city where The Seducer's Diary is set.

Østergade

One of the largest walking streets in Copenhagen, where Johannes would often spy on Cordelia.

Vestergade

Another of the largest walking streets in Copenhagen, where Johannes would often spy on Cordelia.

Aunt Jansen's House

Cordelia's home, Johannes spends a lot of time there. It is where much of the story takes place.

Johannes's Uncle's House

Johannes's Uncle has an empty home where Cordelia and Johannes often spend time alone.

The Embankment

Where Copenhagen meets the water; Johannes enjoys spending time there alone.

Johannes's Carriage

Johannes is fairly well-to-do and has a carriage that takes him across town; he does much of his thinking in the carriage.

Seduction

Johannes conceives of himself as a master of seduction.

Stalking

Johannes stalks Cordelia through much of the early part...

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