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Up at the Villa Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Tuscany

Where Mary Panton borrows a villa after the death of her husband.

The Villa

The house in Tuscany, this is the scene of most of the action of the story.

Cannes

Where Edgar Swift is called on a business trip.

Bengal

Where Edgar Swift is offered a governorship.

The Arno

A river near the villa.

Florence

A metropolitan area near the villa where Mary is staying.

Peppitos

Where Mary attends a party hosted by the princess.

The Villa Bolognese

Where Mary is supposed to have lunch the day after Karl commits suicide in her bedroom.

The Bedroom of the Villa

Where Karl kills himself after making love to Mary.

The Garden of the Villa

Where Mary tells Edgar about Karl and comes to the conclusion that she can't marry him.

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