Dalva Setting & Symbolism

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Car Aerial

A car aerial is a type of car antennae and is the weapon used against the uncle of Franco who anally raped him.

Baboquivari

Baboquivari is the sacred Papago mountain in Arizona.

Dawes Act

The Dawes Act was a government act that eventually led to the loss of most of the land given originally to the Sioux Indians.

Whooping Cough

Whooping cough is a disease of the lungs that was originally transferred to the native Americans by white settlers. While the white settlers were generally able to combat the disease, the Native American population was drastically reduced as a result of an inability to fight the infection.

Sioux Indians

The Sioux Indians were a tribe of Indians that originally inhabited Nebraska and other surrounding territories. The Sioux were treated horribly at the hands of the white settlers and the US government.

Dry Tortugas

Dry Tortugas is...

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