This is the name of Camara Laye's hometown.
This is the town where Laye's mother grew up and where Laye's relatives live.
This is the coastal town where Laye attends secondary school.
This is where Laye's father works and teaches his apprentices.
This is the mythical figure whose stories are used to teach the uncircumcised boys to be brave.
This object is a brownish-red tunic worn by the young men during the rite of circumcision.
This is a dance reserved for very special occasions.
This is where Laye goes to class in Conakry
This school is a rival to the school Laye attends.
This is a strong Mohammedan town and the holiest of their native places.
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