Catch a Fire: The Life of Bob Marley Setting & Symbolism

Timothy White
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Nine Miles

The birthplace of Bob Marley and where he spent most of his early childhood. This is also the home of Omeriah and the rest of Cedella's relatives.

The Big House in Nine Miles

The home of Omeriah, his grandfather, who was also an important community leader. When Omeriah dies, the funeral and its processes will be held here.

Kingston, Jamaica

Where Bob moves to with his mother in order to give Cedella a chance to improve their lives. In Kingston, Marley becomes a street-savvy youth and establishes his successful music career here.

Government Yard in Trench Town

Often referred to in his music, Cedella is forced to move to the government yard in Trench Town to save money and send Bob to a better school shortly after they arrive.

Sound System

One of the biggest clubs in Kingston where reggae music is played. When Marley becomes...

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