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After Tupac and D Foster Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Brenda's Got a Baby

"Brenda's Got a Baby" is one of Tupac's songs. It is about a woman who abandons her baby in a trash can. D relates to the song, as she was also abandoned as a baby.

Dear Mama

"Dear Mama" is one of Tupac's songs. It is about Tupac's own tumultuous but ultimately loving relationship with his mother. The girls, and especially D, relate to the song with respect to their own mothers.

Queens

Queens is one of the main boroughs of New York City. This is the working-class neighborhood in which the characters live.

Big Purpose

Big Purpose is D's name for one's purpose in life, and what one is striving for. The girls spend the novel attempting to discover their own Big Purpose.

Double Dutch

Double Dutch is a jump rope game. Neeka, the narrator, and D first bond by participating in a...

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