The Smallest Woman in the World Setting

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The Forest in Equatorial Africa

The forest is where the story begins. It is where the explorer, Marcel Pretre, discovers the pygmy tribe. When he ventures further into the forest, he finds the smallest woman in the world, and he names her Little Flower. Here, Pretre tries to communicate with Little Flower, and he takes a picture of her to be added to Sunday newspapers for families around the world to see.

The Various Families' Homes

When the story is not set in the forest, it follows the lives of those families who receive the newspaper containing a picture of Little Flower. Each family has a different reaction to the picture. For example, one little girl feels jealous that someone smaller than herself exists. A little boy from a different family intends to use Little Flower as a toy to scare his brother. A woman feels overly affectionate towards...

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