A Boy Called H - Study Guide Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

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After staying at the family home near Hiroshima for a while, Toshiko returns to Kobe. She returns with rice, eggs and chicken, all of which would have been confiscated if she had been caught. Toshiko makes omelets for H and hides the rest of the eggs in the air raid shelter under the floor. H suggests that the food be eaten as soon as possible. H explains that with the increase in the air raids, they have no idea if they will be alive the next day. Toshiko is convinced and makes a lavish chicken and egg dish.

H finishes the meal quickly and races to catch the streetcar to school. When he arrives, H joins his friends in a discussion of the B29 that passed overhead the previous night. H says that everyone in Kobe will be hearing many more airplanes now that islands to the...

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