A Sparrow Falls Setting & Symbolism

Wilbur Smith
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Cuthbert

A realistic dummy, from the waist up resembling a rookie complete with helmet riding at a natural angle on it's head. Used to lure a sniper out of hiding, it is nothing more than a broom handle from the waist down, manipulated by Fergus McDonald leaving the younger Mark Anders to take the shot.

Andersland

Eight thousand acres of loamy ground and four miles of river frontage with good water that is owned by Mark's grandfather, John Anders, and was named by him thirty years before. Also, the only home Mark has ever known. A key property as it is the only one in the area with water on it.

Chaka's Gate

Declared a hunting reserve in 1869, Chaka's Gate is a vast wilderness that the men of Zululand and northern Natal saw as their own private hunting reserve. It is the area where John Anders lost his...

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