Golden Child: A Novel Setting

Claire Adam
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Trinidad

The novel is set on the Caribbean island of Trinidad. Trinidad is one of two islands that comprises the country Trinidad and Tobago. About one million people live on the island of Trinidad. All of the novel’s central characters live on the island of Trinidad, and all of the novel’s scenes take place on the island as well. Trinidad is notable for its high crime rate. As demonstrated in the novel, organized crime groups have much power and influence in Trinidad and can be very dangerous.

The Village

Clyde and his family live in a fairly rural village on the island of Trinidad. The village is home to a relatively impoverished population. Clyde and Joy sometimes consider moving to the city of Port of Spain, where they might have more security from petty criminals. However, the cost of living would be higher there. Clyde hopes that...

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