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The studio, typically a study or parlor-style room, is one intended for purposes of reflection and contemplation, both processes which use the brain. The room itself stands as a symbol for the mind of Roderick, and the infinite twisting passages that lead to it represent the "twisted" state of Roderick's mindset.
There is no one straight and narrow passageway, for instance; the whole process of reaching the studio is one of complexity and darkness, much like the thought processes of our aforementioned character.
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