A Boy Called H - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

Morio's apprentice, Jun, tells Morio he will be leaving to start his own tailoring business soon. A sign is put up in the window of the tailoring shop for a replacement. Two applicants apply for the job, and Morio and Toshiko have different opinions on which one will be selected. As they consider removing the sign from the window, another man comes into the shop and asks about the job. Toshiko sees that the man has a bad leg and his body tilts to one side when he walks. For this reason, Toshiko tells Morio that this man is not qualified for the job. Morio disagrees and hires the man to be his apprentice. Morio tells her that anyone can become a tailor if he wants to, even if he is not fit to be a soldier. Toshiko knows that Morio's decision is based on love and...

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