This town is the town in which Wole lives.
These beings are ancestral spirits. They come in many types and can be helpful or dangerous.
This region, a subset of Nigeria, is where the Yoruba people live.
This town is the town in which Father lives.
The Communal Mat
Wild Christian's refugee children all sleep on this object inside her bedroom.
This object, to Wole, is a magical device, capable of behaving like a prophet.
Abeokuta Grammar School
This place is what Wole attends after elementary school at the parsonage.
Egba Women's Union
This organization is formed by Wild Christian and Beere. It means to stamp out social injustice.
This aromatic part of town is full of local delicacies.
This object represents a generation gap. Essay feels this object spoils a child.
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