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Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Socrates' Apartment

The two-room apartment has been forgotten or abandoned by the owner. Socrates does his best to make the dilapidated place a nice home.

The Hotplate

Socrates starts out with only a single hotplate to prepare all of his meals. He eventually upgrades to a larger camping stove.

Indiana State Prison

Socrates spent 28 years of his life in the cold and drafty prison.

Iula's Diner

Iula's Diner is one of the few surviving businesses in the Watts area. Socrates meets Wilfred at Iula's. He also celebrates with his friends at Iula's, when he gets a job.

The Kitchen at The Farm in Indiana

The kitchen is in the home that Socrates grew up in. He often dreams of being in the kitchen again with his mother.

The Gun

Socrates takes a .45 from Phillip when Phillip is beating Darryl. He also thinks about giving the gun to Right...

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