A Boy Called H - Study Guide Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

Kappa Senoh
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Returning home from school one day, H finds Shige, Morio's apprentice, crying and Morio looking very uncomfortable. Morio tells H that he is letting Shige go because there is not enough work to keep him. Shige asks Morio to let him stay and learn how to do the alterations. Morio agrees to this as long as there are repairs to do. H suggests that Morio place a sign in the window advertising the alteration of suits into the national dress. H makes a sign for the window, and the idea brings quick results.

H sees a headline announcing the signing of the non-aggression pact between Russia and Japan. Morio tells H that the signing is one more way to irritate America. Morio feels that America is a powerful country that should not be tested by such things as the non-aggression pact. Morio and H both suspect that...

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