To All the Boys I've Loved Before Setting

Jenny Han
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The Covey Family Home

The main setting of the novel is the Covey family home. Most of the important events in the novel take place here which is a reflection of how close Lara Jean is with her family as well as a reflection of her need to break free from family ties and start living her own life. The family home is a safe haven for Lara Jean but it also becomes a kind of prison because her feeling of comfort and safety within the home makes her afraid to venture out and try new things.

High School

Lara Jean’s high school – which is also attended by Josh, Peter, and Chris – is a fraught location for Lara Jean because she has to contend with other people’s impressions of her, rather than staying tucked away in the safety of her family home. Lara Jean’s persona at...

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