• Though the narrator lost his wife to a crippled man, he has no hatred.
• Now, the two are probably suffering as they still live in Vietnam.
• The narrator could hate many, but he just feels sorry for his enemies.
• A Buddhist, the narrator lives with other South Vietnamese in Gretna, Louisiana.
• The North Vietnamese immigrants live in Versailles, Louisiana, and are Catholics.
• During the war, the narrator worked as an interpreter for the Australians.
• Through a program called Open Arms, a North Vietnamese soldier named Thap was allowed to change sides.
• As an interpreter, the narrator was there when the man was interrogated.
• Then the narrator had an informal conversation with the man himself.
• Thap had changed sides in the war because the VC had murdered his family.
• One evening, the men, including Thap, were brought to the officers’ club to watch a pornographic movie.
• That night...
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