Alexandra “Bobo” Fuller
This central figure and narrator of the memoir grew up in Zimbabwe in the middle of a revolution.
This older sister of the narrator is described as a beautiful blond with voluptuous lips.
This figure, the narrator’s mother, is a study in contrasts. She is described as pretty, intelligent, amusing and passionate. She is also identified as a raging alcoholic.
This figure, the narrator’s father, provided for the family by working as a tobacco farmer, raising cattle and managing farms for others.
The narrator met this tall, dark, dashing American owner of a safari company on a polo field when she was twenty-two years old.
This was the Fullers’ second-born child who died of meningitis as a toddler.
Olivia Jayne Fuller
The narrator’s younger sister and the family favorite, this child wandered into...
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