The Distant Land of My Father Setting & Symbolism

Bo Caldwell
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Bunker Hill

Bunker Hill is a section of downtown Los Angeles, California where Anna's father lived in a rooming house.

Shanghai

Shanghai is a city on the eastern coast of China.

Hungjoa

Hungjoa is a western suburb of Shanghai where the Schoenes live.

The Bund

The Bund is the shopping area of Shanghai close to the office of Joseph.

South Pasadena

South Pasadena is a suburb of Los Angeles, California where Anna and Genevieve move.

Haiphong Road

Haiphong Road is the Shanghai location of a former United States Marine barracks that the Japanese use as an internment camp.

Monterey Road Apartment

Monterey Road Apartment is the South Pasadena residence of Jack and Anna after they marry.

Ward Road Jail

Ward Road Jail is the Shanghai jail where Joseph is held prisoner by the Communist Chinese.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong is an island off the eastern coast of China...

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