Outcasts United Setting & Symbolism

Warren St. John
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Jordan

Luma al-Mufleh was born and raised in Amman, Jordan. The family was wealthy and made their fortune as the owners of a large rebar manufacturing company. At the time there were two million people in Amman. Luma’s family was part of the tiny percentage of Jordanians who were wealthy. The vast majority of the people of Amman were impoverished and living in squalor.

American Community School

Luma attended school at the elite American Community School (ACS). King Hussein and Queen Noor of Jordan sent their children to the school. Luma learned to speak English without an accent at the school. She became friends with children of different cultures including the U.S. and Europe. The children of many diplomats also attended the school.

New York College

Luma and her family decided that she should attend college in the United States. Luma was accepted at Hobart and...

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