This object used by Ayoola represents the cyclical, generational nature of violence.
This concept represents the social and institutional means by which patriarchal injustices are maintained.
This communication form represents the division between personal and private lives as well as the disparity between individual thoughts and self-presentation.
This object in Korede's house represents the depth and longevity of family trauma.
This setting serves as the backdrop of the novel. This is the city where Korede works and lives with her mother and sister.
This is the setting where Korede works. It represents order and responsibility.
This setting in the novel is where Korede most often relates the struggles of her life. It represents a place of refuge and safety.
This setting in the novel is where Korede goes to help Ayoola to move a body...
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