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Tales of a Female Nomad: Living at Large in the World Setting & Symbolism

Rita Golden Gelman
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Objects/Places

Los Angeles

Los Angeles is a place that Rita lived before she began traveling the world.

Mexico City

Mexico City is the first place that Rita traveled to when she was separated from her husband.

Oaxaca

Oaxaca is the second placed that Rita travels to, before leaving for the Zapotec Village.

Zapotec Village

When Rita decides to stay somewhere long-term, the first place she goes to is a Zapotec village forty miles outside of Oaxaca.

Palenque

Palenque is a place that Rita decides to visit because everyone says that it is amazing. She is overwhelmed with the beauty of the jungle and the Mayan ruins.

Venice, California

Venice, California is the place where Rita lives while the divorce legalities are taken care of. She does not feel at home and is eager to hit the road again.

Managua

Managua is the town in Nicaragua that Rita settles in...

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This section contains 537 words
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Purchase our Tales of a Female Nomad: Living at Large in the World Study Guide
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