The Kingdom of This World Setting & Symbolism

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The Cap

The Cap is the large city near the plantation where Ti Noël is a slave.

The Plantation of M. Lenormand de Mézy

Ti Noël is a slave on the sugar plantation of the French M. Lenormand de Mézy.

Plaine du Nord

Plaine du Nord is the Northern flatlands on the Caribbean island where Ti Noël is a slave, in an area that will later become Haiti, on the island known at the time as Santo Domingo.

Sans Souci

Sans Souci is where the palace of Henri Christophe is. It is adorned with European elegance taken to a new level of intricacy.

Citadel La Ferriére

The Citadel La Ferriére is a vast fortress on a mountain peak built by King Henri Christophe using enslaved labor, so that he and his army can have a retreat in case of invasion.

The Slaughtered Bulls

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