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3. The setting of this story symbolizes poverty. Tambu's family faces many hardships financially and agriculturally. Every single person in her homestead works tirelessly day and night. They endure many struggles everyday as a result of their. Nhamo sees the value of an education and how he can go above and beyond living on a farm like his family does. The setting of the story is also symbolizes inferiority because Nhamo constantly feels out of place because he is so advanced. Poor Children, Precious Children, Kids Around The World, People Around The World, Around The Worlds, Children Photography, Portrait Photography, How Can I Sleep
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"The worst misfortune is to suffer from poverty in your youth" - Avvai @ Parrys Corner


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