A Boy Called H - Chapter 46 Summary & Analysis

Kappa Senoh
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Chapter 46 Summary

Soon after the Senohs move, a noisy family moves in next door to them. Due to the thin walls, it is easy to hear every conversation that takes place in the apartment next door. Toshiko hears the children asking their mother for some rice, and she replies that she does not have any money. True to her Christian faith, Toshiko decides to take the family some rice balls. H tells his mother that she should not start something that she cannot continue. Ignoring H's remarks, Toshiko begins to pack the rice balls to make her delivery.

After Toshiko leaves, H notices that there are holes in the paper he used to cover the walls. More surprising, H sees two pairs of eyes peering at him through the holes. H throws a cushion at the wall, and the eyes disappear. When Toshiko returns, H complains that she should...

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