The short story “Store Room” by Doug Warshauer is set in a town in America, possibly St. Louis, since there is a mention of Brian supporting the St. Louis baseball team (, l. 16). At the beginning of the story, Brian moves from San Francisco back into his childhood home. 

Brian’s childhood home is an important physical setting in the story, as it evokes mixed feelings in him. The happy memories associated with it, such as painting the front door red in tribute to his favorite baseball team, or the piano lessons with his mother, are now tainted by the knowledge that his family is broken. 

The house is now painful for Brian to revisit, because of the contrast between his memories and the present situation. He is struck by the fact that the house remained unchang...

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