Lost Names: Scenes from a Korean Boyhood Character Descriptions

Richard E. Kim
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The boy

This character is the narrator/author and most important character in the book. The period of this story begins in 1932 and ends in 1945, when this character is thirteen.

Mother

This character carries the one-year-old baby boy in her arms when left alone on the train because the Thought Police detective and Military Police force her husband and father of the child off the train to be interrogated at another location. This character is the daughter of Christian missionaries who agreed to employ her husband as a science teacher at their missionary school in Manchuria.

Father

This character has been released recently from parole after being jailed for resistance movement activities. This character had been questioned by the Japanese Thought Police detective and Military Policeman and, despite his papers being in order, they detained him anyway. This character organized fellow Korean inmates in the detention camp with...

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