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Thirty Girls Symbols & Objects

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Lord's Resistance Army

The Lord's Resistance Army, or LRA, is a group of rebels who abduct children in Uganda to join their leader Kony's "family." Their name indicates their belief that their work is holy and justified, but in the novel, they symbolize evil and cruelty.

Jane's Bracelet

Harry buys Jane a bracelet in Massai to symbolize their time together, but when Jane gives it to a poor woman near Lacor, this shows Harry that Jane does not recognize the value of things.

Paragliding

Paragliding is Harry's favorite pastime which symbolizes his freedom and affinity for being alone.

World Vision

When Jane visits the World Vision office, she is appalled by Bobby's cheerful tone as he tells her the escaped children have little hope for a future. Coming from someone who is supposedly trying to help, this symbolizes the hopelessness of and for the abducted children.

We Are Concerned

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