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A Daughter of Han; the Autobiography of a Chinese Working Woman Setting & Symbolism

Lao Toai-Toai Ning
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Objects/Places

P'englai

The name of the region where Lao was born and lived.

Water City

The name of the city where Lao lived.

The North Gate

Where Lao's family lived in Water City.

Chou Wang Temple

The area where Lao and her family move when she is about three years old.

The Village of Ning

The home of Lao's husband and where she goes to live after her marriage. It's a village on the sea.

Chefoo

Where Lao's father is working after a failed business endeavor and where he dies.

Newchwang

The city located in Manchuria where Lao, traveling with a young bride, arrives after Lao's first ride in a steamboat.

Manchuria

Where Newchwang is located and where Lao stays for a month with a young bride, this is also where Mantze's husband's family moves to soon after Mantze's marriage to her son.

The Missionary House

The place where...

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