Persia - The author's father is stationed with the British Bank, while the author lives in a great stone house in this location.
Southern Rhodesia - The author's parents, Alfred and Maude, move to this location in order to start a farm.
England - This is the country where the author holds natural citizenship.
World War I - This event causes a life-changing turn in the life of the author's father.
Germany - This is the location where the author gains citizenship through marriage.
World War II - This event causes the author to wonder what type of creature humans are.
Tayler Farm - This location represents an escape from England, the ability to prove oneself in another country, and a prosperous future for an English family.
The African Bush - The author and her younger brother play at this location as they grow up.
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