Threatened Setting

Eliot Schrefer
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Franceville

This city is on the fringes of the jungle in Gabon. Luc is not from here but came with his mother when she became sick so she could get better medical treatment. After she dies, he has to stay to pay off her debt to Monsieur Tatagani. The place represents civilization to Luc, but even this place is tinged with the wild. The town is close enough to the jungle that Luc can hear the mock men screaming at night. The town's policemen cut off children's hands for stealing. Monsieur Tatagani is a successful member of society, but he is also cruel and manipulative. The lines are more blurred than they might first seem.

Okondja

Luc and Prof stop at this small village on their way into the jungle. The village is full of huts, dirt roads, and very few amenities (for example, there is no electricity, running...

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