Lost Boy, Lost Girl: Escaping Civil War in Sudan Setting & Symbolism

John Dau
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Southern Sudan

The was the hot, flat land where John lived.

Paguith

This was the first village John lived in.

Christianity

This was the religion both John and Martha followed.

Stories

These were how the Dinka children learned what they needed to know. John learned by this method when he was young and didn't attend school.

Juba

This was the city where Martha lived when she was young. It was the most important city in Southern Sudan.

Duk Payuel

This was the village where John's family lived when they first began hearing about omens of war.

Ethiopia

This was the destination for the refugees who were escaping the attacks in Southern Sudan.

Pinyudu

This was one of two refugee camps. Both Martha and John walked for very long distances to get there.

Wernyol

This was the village where Martha's father was born. They moved there when her father...

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