A Boy Called H - Study Guide Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 opens with the arrest of the director of the Takarazuka Girls' Opera for failing to participate in the Citizens' Anti-British Rally. The opera has recently returned from an exposition in the United States. Morio tells H that the opera members probably discovered all kinds of things about other countries that people in Japan will never know. H disapproves of anyone being anti-British because his father has so many British customers. One of these customers is returning to Britain because trade with Japan is becoming too difficult. Morio feels the issues of the day also because he is doing more alterations than making clothes. Morio tells H that if the Tripartite Alliance between Japan, Germany and Italy happens, things will get much worse. America will give Britain its military support and increase its aid to China.

H asks his father why others who feel the same way...

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