Welcome to the Monkey House Setting & Symbolism

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Barnstable Village, Cape Codappears in collection

It is the place to which the title of the story refers.

John Phillip Sousa's Trumpetappears in collection

A trumpet the band director destroys in a fit of anger. He later fixes it and gives it to Jim.

North Crawford, NHappears in collection

In "The Hyannis Port Story," it is the narrator's hometown, where the first scene takes place. In "Who Am I This Time?" it is the town in which all the action takes place.

Hyannis Port, MAappears in collection

Hyannis Port is the town in which the Kennedys' summer house stands. In "Welcome to the Monkey House," the town appears transformed in the future, and the Kennedy property has been converted to a museum of ancient life.

First Family Waffle Shopappears in collection

The narrator stops to eat in this Kennedy-themed restaurant in Hyannis Port.

Ethical Birth Control Pillsappears in collection

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