El Deafo Setting

Cece Bell
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Roanoke

Roanoke is a large town in southwestern Virginia. It is where Cece and her family move to from the city. Roanoke is full of friendly people and good neighbors, and Cece’s family fits in there very well. However, Cece struggles with acceptance and fitting in because of her hearing concerns. It is in Roanoke that the majority of the novel takes place, from Cece’s first grade year through her fifth. It is in Roanoke that Cece comes to find a true friend in Martha, develops a crush on Mike, grows closer with her parents, and finds the acceptance and confidence in herself that she has been seeking.

School

School is where Cece and her friends attend classes and learn various subjects. Cece’s unnamed school is located in Roanoke, Virginia. It serves as a primary setting for much of the novel, for much of Cece’s...

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