Behold the Dreamers Setting

Imbolo Mbue
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Limbe, Cameroon

Limbe is the hometown of both Neni and Jende. It is an ocean town marked by a sign declaring it the “Town of Friendship”. Jende describes it as a welcoming and jovial place, and that “no matter who you are… whether you are big or small, you will feel happy that you have made it to Limbe” (37). It is marked by colorful dress, friendly people, and loud, bustling markets.

Columbus Circle

Columbus Circle is a traffic circle in Manhattan, New York. It is a scenic location where Jende spends his evenings calling Neni in Limbe before she comes to the United States. When he and Neni leave Winston’s party, they return there and sit together. Jende thinks that it is the “center of the world” (96) and the best place in New York City.

The Edwards's Vacation Home, Southampton

The Edwards’s vacation home in Southampton is...

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