The Witching Hour: A Novel Setting & Symbolism

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The Talamasca

The Talamasca is an organization that watches and helps people through supernatural experiences.

First Street House

The First Street house is an antebellum mansion in the Garden District o f New Orleans. The doorways look like keyholes.

Irish Channel

The Irish Channel is a section of New Orleans where Michael Curry grows up, consisting of narrow double houses and a corner bar.

Maye Faire

Maye Faire is the name of the Mayfair family's plantation in Saint-Domingue (Haiti).

Riverbend

Riverbend is the plantation where the Mayfairs live after leaving Saint-Domingue. It is too close to the river, and ends up being taken by the river.

Sweet Christine

The Sweet Christine is Rowan Mayfair's boat. The boat is a little too big for a single person to handle, but Rowan learns to take her out alone by the time she is sixteen. Rowan always retreats to the boat...

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