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A Boy Called H - Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 35 Summary

H ignores an air raid alert and takes a streetcar to school. There are so many alerts now that people do not let an alert keep them from their daily activities. The people are still afraid of the raids, but now they feel they can decide what to do immediately upon seeing the airplanes in the sky. Tensions result from air raid warnings not alerts.

An air raid warning sounds, and the streetcar makes an unscheduled stop so that the passengers can find shelter. As the doors open, the passengers run out and take cover in the dugouts in the street. H jumps into a dugout but decides it is too close to the streetcar. H climbs out and starts running along the roadside. As he runs, H hears the buzz of an enemy fighter plane. The plane makes a half-turn and comes swooping down. H runs...

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