Section 2 - 1428 Fleet Street
The printed name of Fleet Street is "1428 Fleet Street". The description of Fleet Street is "Set off to one side of the Market, this area is reserved for a myriad variety specialist shops - uniform clothiers, engine-programmers, fortune-tellers. The largest, set on the south side of the street, is decorated with a gaudy sign which reads 'Du Monde's - Mechanist of Repute Since 1803.' Along the same building - to the southeast - lies a small door which reads, simply, '1428.'"
The shops are scenery in Fleet Street. The description of the shops is "All currently useless: the clothier overflowing with customers, the programmers only open by appointment, and 'Madame Zola' having apparently gone out for lunch." Instead of doing something other than examining to the shops, say "Useless, all of them." Understand "specialist", "shops", "uniform", "clothiers", "engine-programmer", "fortune-teller" as the shops.
The storefront is scenery in Fleet Street. The description of the storefront is "The dingy window of the shop is populated with all manner of steam operated and aether-harnessing devices. Small shiny boxes of copper, tin, and brass are stacker precariously around bits of tubing, and a wide variety of tubes, gears and cogs." Understand "mechanist", "shop", "Du Monde's" as the storefront.
The display window is scenery in Fleet Street. The description of the display window is "Metal tubing of varying widths and varieties. Boxes large and small, thin and wide, all of them no doubt housing intricate analytical devices. Cogs and gears in more sizes one could imagine." Understand "dingy", "window", "devices", "boxes", "tubes", "gears", "cogs" as the display window. Instead of doing something other than examining to the display window, say "The display is safely contained behind the window. Best leave it be."
The sign is scenery in Fleet Street. The description of the sign is "A large wooden sign, decorated with a colorful illustration of a complicated engine embellished with actual gears and cogs hangs above the shop's door. Ornately painted in faded gold letters are the words 'Du Monde's - Mechanist of Repute Since 1803.'[paragraph break]The sign sways gently in the wind."
Instead of going nowhere from Fleet Street:
if the noun is west or the noun is east:
say "Fleet runs endlessly that direction - a hopeless mass of shops and people.";
say "No exit lies in that direction.";