A Boy Called H - Study Guide Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Toshiko is the head of the number four local association district. It is imperative that the association heads avoid suspicion of unfairness in their distribution of rationed items. Any complaints of unequal food distributions are not to be taken lightly. Toshiko takes her job quite seriously, and H feels that his mother is much better suited for this activity than beating a tambourine.

Frequency of air raid drills increases. The drills are actually practice for putting out fires caused by enemy bombings. One person in each household is required to participate in the drills. When Toshiko injures her back in a drill, other association members stop by to check on her and bring sweet buns and candies. H does not like the war, but he does like the goodies the association members provide.

The media reports that Japan is winning the war. This is hard for H...

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