Little Princes: One Man's Promise to Bring Home the Lost Children of Nepal Setting & Symbolism

Conor Grennan
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Nepal

The bulk of the story takes place in Nepal, where recent history of a civil war taints everything that happens. It is a nation with a serious problem with poverty, particularly in the remote areas. What separates Nepal from other countries with poverty problems is the child trafficking issue that stems directly from the civil war. In other words, the events of this book could only happen in Nepal.

Little Princes Children's Home

The Little Princes Children's Home is situated on the southern border of the Kathmandu Valley. There is just a ridge of hills separating their valley from Maoist forces. It is in the small village of Godawari.

Like all homes in Godawari, there is a flat roof. People spend a lot of time up there. It is a playground for the children, and there is a low wall built around it to keep them safe...

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