Waiting For Tomorrow Setting

Nathacha Appanah
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Adam and Anita's House

Due to Adam and Anita's insular and introverted attitudes, much of the novel takes place in and around their house. The house is located on the outskirts of Adam's unnamed hometown in the rural outskirts of France. One of the defining features of the house is private rooms for each of them to pursue their art: Anita has an indoor office in which to write, and Adam has an outdoor shed in which to paint. Despite having friends from their college years visit the house for an annual dinner party, Adam and Anita become more secluded in their house over time, especially after the death of Adéle.

The Town

Both Adam and Anita drive to their work in the center of the unnamed town next to their rural house. This is where Adam has established his architectural office, and it is also where Anita...

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