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The Girl Who Owned a City Setting & Symbolism

O.T. Nelson
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Objects/Places

Grand Avenue/Grandville

Lisa and her brother Todd live on Grand Avenue, and when the street's children unite, they call themselves Grandville.

Grand Avenue Militia

The children of Grand Avenue form a coalition for protection from the local gangs, called the Grand Avenue Militia.

Jewel Grocery Warehouse

Lisa realizes that she can probably find stores of supplies in a warehouse, and she finds the Jewel Grocery Warehouse in the phone book. She calls the warehouse the Secret Place and reveals its location to as few people as possible.

Swift Road Farm

Lisa finds a farm on Swift Road where she locates stores of food. Craig eventually decides to take over the farm and try to run it.

Chidester Gang / Chidester and Elm / Chidester, Elm, and Len

The Chidester Gang is a local gang that forms after the destruction of the virus, lead by Tom Logan. The Chidester Gang...

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