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The Moon Is Down Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

The Town

A small, unnamed town is invaded and occupied by foreign soldiers during a major conflict.

Denmark

Denmark is one of the countries that critics surmise could be the country in which the foreign soldiers invade the small town.

Norway

Norway is one of the countries that critics surmise could be the country in which the foreign soldiers invade the small town.

The North Sea

The North Sea is located between England and Denmark. Several individuals escape the small town by taking a boat to English shores.

Norwegian Sea

The Norwegian Sea is located between England and Norway. Several individuals escape the small town by taking a boat to English shores.

Germany

Although the invading soldiers are not referred to as German, it is only thinly disguised that Germany is the homeland of these occupying forces.

England

Several townsmen flee the small town and travel by boat...

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