A Boy Called H - Study Guide Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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H has a bedwetting problem. Yoshiko does not have this problem, and this adds to the guilt H feels about wetting the bed. The bed he shares with his father is the one closest to the bathroom. H tries to wake up before he wets the bed, but most of the time it is too late. Wetting the bed causes H to fidget, which wakes his father. Instead of putting fresh futons on the bed, they put a map hider over the wet patch. The map hider is a pad made by folding a blanket into several layers and sewing them together. H's parents never complain or lecture him about his bedwetting. They do not ignore the problem but always refer to it as map-making, not bedwetting. When Yoshiko sees the wet patch, she tells H that it looks like a map. H tells her that he...

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