A Boy Called H - Study Guide Chapter 47 Summary & Analysis

Kappa Senoh
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H is worried that he is becoming more unstable emotionally. If the situation gets worse, H worries that he may do harm to someone. H thinks he will lose his mind if he does not do something about the children looking through the holes in the wallpaper at his home. Other things upset H as well. On the way home one day, H is infuriated to see a poster of the Japanese Progressive Party. H rips the poster off the wall and tears it into shreds while shouting abuse at the Party. The main reason for his outburst is that the poster of the Japanese Progressive Party was placed over the advertisement for the poster for Senoh Family Tailors. No matter the cause, H's act of viciousness scares him.

H feels the best way to improve his mood is to go to the hospital and make more...

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