Two Thousand Seasons Symbols & Objects

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"White Predators"

"White predators” is the term that the text uses mostly to refer to the Arab predators who enter the community in the early chapters. The term “predator” is a symbol of their relationship to the community, one in which they prey on the people with their large sexual appetites and material demands.

"White Destroyers"

“White destroyers” is the term that the text uses to refer to the white colonial powers who next come to the community. The term “destroyers” is intended to reflect the destructive impact that they have on the community. Unlike the Arabs, they do not just prey on the community, they destroy it.

"Zombis"

“Zombis” is the term that Armah uses to refer to the askaris, locals who collaborate with the community’s “predators” and “invaders.” The term, which is an alternate spelling of “zombie,” emphasizes the fact that in agreeing to...

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