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King and the Dragonflies Setting

Kacen Callender
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The Tent

The tent in King's yard is a special setting in this book, as it is where the most genuine and intimate moments of connection happen for King. It is where he and his brother shared their views on life and played as children, it is where he and Sandy used to play and bond, and it is where he goes to escape the sadness he feels at home and to feel connected once more to his late brother. The tent is a site for healing, reconciliation, and intimacy.

School

King's school is a microcosm within King's life that reflects the many prejudices and forms of hatred he sees in the outside world. For example, Darrell is mean to Breanna because he likes her and yet she is considered too tall to be with him, so he lashes out at her and treats her poorly. Camille is popular...

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