The capital city of Botswana, which contains a large white population of diplomats, business people, missionaries, game hunters, and tourists from around the world.
A social experimental village set up to run on cooperative labor with women as landowners and government. It is an example of what women are capable of given the correct resources.
This object is portrayed as a brutal dangerous environment and a metaphysical entity with a life and spirit of its own.
This represents both the physical storehouses and offices, and the heart of the concept of the labor cooperative designed to sustain a village.
The only animals the narrator shows attachment to as she travels. The narrator keeps one as a pet.
These animals represent choice and consequence, and appear several times in the novel as symbols with initiating action.
These animals are a symbolic...
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