Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonight: An African Childhood Setting & Symbolism

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Zimbabwe

The Fullers move to Zimbabwe, then called Rhodesia, when Bob Fuller is still a toddler. They live on a farm there while Mum and Dad fight the rebels in nearby hills.

Robandi

In Zimbabwe, the Fullers take out a mortgage on a farm called Robandi, located in the Burma Valley bordering Mozambique. Despite landmines and hardships, the family is relatively happy on the arid, unproductive farm until the revolution is lost and the farm is sold to a black owner.

Malawi

After losing Robandi, The Fullers move to the African nation of Malawi, where Dad manages a farm for the president of the country.

Zambia

After leaving Malawi, the Fullers move to the African country of Zambia, where Dad manages a fertile farm. When she is away from African, Bobo is homesick for Zambia.

Derbyshire, England

As an infant, Bobo lives in Derbyshire, England on a farm...

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