Two for the Dough Setting & Symbolism

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Trenton

Stephanie identifies Trenton as a "pothole." She explains that the lack of traffic on the Delaware River has robbed Trenton of its previous luster.

The 'Burg

The section of Trenton that Stephanie grew up in is known as the 'burg. Most of the action of the story takes place there. The 'burg is a working class neighborhood, where everyone knows everything about their neighbors. Gossip is a common pastime. Little changes in the 'burg, from beliefs to hairstyles.

Stephanie's Apartment

Stephanie lives just outside the 'burg in a square, three story apartment building. Most of the residents are older folks. Stephanie enjoys the freedom of her modest apartment, where her only roommate is her hamster, Rex. She frequently returns to her parent's house, however, for meals.

Jeep Wrangler

In the beginning of the novel, Stephanie drives a used Jeep Wrangler. She sees it as the perfect bounty-hunting...

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