The Last Lion: Winston Spencer Churchill Setting & Symbolism

William Manchester
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Dunkirk/Dunkerqueappears in non-fiction

Dunkirk (Dunkerque in French) is a fishing town on the English Channel where the British army retreat to.

English Channelappears in non-fiction

The English Channel is the body of water separating England from France and Europe. It is the location of the opening scene of the book.

Chartwellappears in non-fiction

Kent is the area in England where the Churchills had a country home. The name of the country estate is Chartwell.

Chequersappears in non-fiction

Chequers is the name of the country home of the prime minister.

London, Englandappears in non-fiction

London, the capital of England, is the scene of some of the action of the book, since it is where the prime minister's residence and Parliament are located.

Dublin, Irelandappears in non-fiction

Dublin, Ireland becomes the...

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