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Walk Two Moons Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

The Badlands

It is a national treasure located in South Dakota. Unlike the flat South Dakota prairie, the Badlands is a shock of jagged peaks and steep gorges. Above was the high blue sky and below were the pink, purple and black rocks. One can stand right on the edge of the gorges and see down, down into the most treacherous ravines, lined with sharp, rough outcroppings. One expects to see human skeletons dangling here and there.

The Black Hills

The Black Hills, located in South Dakota, are not really black. Pines cover the hills, and maybe at dusk they look black. At midday, they are dark green. It is an eerie sight, all those rolling dark hills. The Black Hills were sacred to the Sioux Indians. It was their Holy Land before the white settlers took it as their own.

Blue Chevy

Sal's father's car, which he...

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