Solo Setting

Alexander, Kwame
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Konko

Blade stays in Konko while waiting for a guide to accompany him to meet his biological mother at the top of a mountain. Over the course of his visit, Blade meets characters like Joy and Sia, who show him the importance of gratitude and forgiveness. Though plagued by poverty and disease, the citizens of Konko work together to teach, feed, and shelter each other. Moved by these ongoing displays of selflessness, Blade and Rutherford vow to build a dormitory for the dilapidated building that functions as Konko’s school, church, and library and supply it with a laundry machine. Konko plays such a fundamental role in Solo because it represents a transitional setting in which Blade prepares to embark on an adventure that will forever alter his life.

Hollywood

Hollywood is a toxic environment for Blade. Because he enjoys such excessive privilege in his Hollywood mansion, Blade fails...

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