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Bellmont's prophecy and her own fears, Frado returns to the Bellmont homestead, where she is housed in a work shed, a spatial indication of the further reduction in her status.
The roof appears flat from the street, but it is hipped to improve drainage, and through the use of ordinary light bulbs housed in frosted glass on both the inside and out, Schindler made the exterior skin glow.