Objects & Places from Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonight: An African Childhood

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Zimbabwe

The Fullers moved to this country, then called Rhodesia, when the narrator was still a toddler. There, they lived on a farm there while Mum and Dad fought the rebels in nearby hills.

Robandi

While the narrator was young, the Fullers took out a mortgage on this farm, located in the Burma Valley bordering Mozambique.

Malawi

After losing their farm, The Fullers moved to this African nation, where Dad managed a farm for the president of the country.

Zambia

The Fullers moved to this African country where Dad managed a fertile farm.

Derbyshire, England

As an infant, Bobo lived at this location on a farm, although the family returned to Africa when she was two years old.

Victoria Falls

The narrator was conceived at a hotel at this location.

Coca-Cola

This beverage was the all-purpose luxury in Bobo’s Africa.

Tribal Trust Lands

Before the revolution in...

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