Live and Let Die Setting & Symbolism

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Harlem

A section of Manhattan in New York City, home to a large African-American community. It is the base of Mr. Big's operation in the story.

Jamaica

An island nation in the Caribbean. During the time the story takes place it is still part of the British Empire, under British jurisdiction. For this reason Bond is called in when Mr. Big is believed to be smuggling the gold from here.

Kingston

The capital city of Jamaica.

St. Petersburg

A city in west central Florida on the Gulf of Mexico. In the novel it is the location of The Robber's store, where Mr. Big first smuggles gold coins into the United States. Mr. Big chooses the city for its large elderly population, which means the town has a low crime rate and a small police force.

The Secatur

The name of Mr. Big's yacht, which he takes between Jamaica...

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