The Woman Who Walked Into Doors Setting & Symbolism

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O'Leary House

Paula lived for many years in the O'Leary house with her many siblings, until she could finally get married and leave her family behind.

Spencer House

The first time Paula visited the Spencer home, she urinated all over the bathroom floor and then cleaned it up, terrified that someone would catch her at it.

Courtown

As a child, Paula went on only one vacation with her family, to a campground in Courtown. Years later, she selected the location for her honeymoon as well.

The Refrigerator in the Field

Mrs. Doyle's granddaughter got trapped in an abandoned refrigerator in a field, suffocating to death. To Paula, this was not just a tragedy, but a strange example of luxurious waste, throwing away a refrigerator.

Saint Mary's Primary School

Although there was only one teacher for fifty-four little girls at Paula's primary school, Paula loved it and learned to...

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