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The Ancient Child Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Imagination

Grey's imagination is where Billy the Kid lives, along with the characters surrounding him. This is also where a great deal of the story action takes place for Set, as he becomes the bear.

Bote, Oklahoma

Grey lives with Worchester near Bote, Oklahoma. She declares herself the mayor of Bote, although nobody lives there. Bote consists of a few abandoned sod houses.

San Francisco

Set lives in San Francisco during the first part of the story.

Lukachukai

Grey and Set go to Lukachuki to live with Grey's family. They get married here as well.

Tsoai

Tsoai is also known as Devil's Tower. It is a central place in the myth of the ancient child and is considered to be sacred ground for many Native Americans. Set fully becomes an adult Native American warrior her when he seeks and finds his vision.

Paris

Set shows his paintings in...

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