Behold the Dreamers

Behold the Dreamers

by

Imbolo Mbue

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Poulet DG Term Analysis

Poulet is French for “chicken,” while ‘DG’ stands for “director general.” Poulet DG is made with chicken thighs, fried plantains, and vegetables, including green beans, carrots, tomatoes, and onions. It is one of the dishes that someone brings over for the Jongas’ farewell party.
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Poulet DG Term Timeline in Behold the Dreamers

The timeline below shows where the term Poulet DG appears in Behold the Dreamers. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Chapter 59
Family and Belonging Theme Icon
...the Bronx. Everyone comes with something to eat: fried plantains, bitter leaf soup, egusi stew, poulet DG , grilled tilapia, attiéké, moi moi, soya, jollof rice, curry chicken, and pounded yams. They... (full context)