The scene is set and Stevenson embarks his two characters on their escapade that begins in the “Oyster Bar” near “Leicester Square” (1), wherein he presents the young man and his two servants, each donned with “a large dish of cream tarts”. The author then leaves the story as narrator but continues to intertwine the tale of the ‘Suicide Club’ by giving the reader clues and guiding them through the story. He helps the reader to maintain visual representations of the moment by providing descriptions of people and places and explanations of what people are doing. He steers the reader from the “Oyster Bar” (1) to visit “other taverns” (3) with his characters but once leaving the “third saloon” (3) he disappears again. The author reappears with another clue and lets the reader know that his characters then frequent a “small French restaurant in Soho” (3); this coming and going as narrator providing the context continues throughout the story, as too does his descriptions of events, characters and their activities.