Objects & Places from Black Leopard, Red Wolf

Marlon James
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Nose

This symbol related to the protagonist represents his urge to explore and his purpose. It leads the protagonist in his quest.

The Boy

This character in the novel symbolizes the struggle for peace and meaning. He serves as the is the objective of the protagonist's quest.

Great Hall of Records

This setting in the novel represents the value of information and knowledge.

Omoluzu

These underworld creatures represent consistent adversity in life. They pursue the protagonist endlessly, driven by the taste of his blood.

Ku

This setting in the novel represents the protagonist's homeland and the intersection of internal and external tensions.

Gangatom

This setting in the novel represents a safe haven to the mingi and a second home to the protagonist after he has forsaken his homeland.

Kamikwayo

This character in the novel represents and evokes the theme of storytelling and the importance of narrative.

The Darklands

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