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Ten Little Indians Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Seattle

Seattle, Washington is the location for all of the stories. Although the Spokane Indian Reservation is often mentioned, the action usually involves Spokane Indians in the greater Seattle area.

Chocolate Thunder

Chocolate Thunder is the name of a vibrating dildo purchased by the father of a boy in a coma in "Do Not Go Gentle." The dildo becomes a kind of talisman to bring the child back to health.

Indian Dance Regalia

In "What You Pawn, I will Redeem" Spokane Indian Jackson Jackson notices his grandmother's tribal regalia - stolen fifty years earlier - in a Seattle pawnshop window.

Basketball

Basketballs and the game itself figure prominently in two stories, "Lawyer's League" and "What Ever Happened to Frank Snake Church?"

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