China Men - The Making of More Americans Summary & Analysis

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The Making of More Americans Summary

Say Goong and Sahm Goong, two younger brothers of Ah Goong, live in a house in Stockton. The author remembers visiting her grandfathers' house. In the yard is an enormous pile of horse manure that amazes the family and neighbors. The manure is a topic of admiration and discussion, and the grandfathers portion it out to visitors as an esteemed gift. The grandfathers' house has a stable, where two huge black horses are kept. The grandfathers sell vegetables from a cart drawn by the horses. After some time, Say Goong dies and his ghost begins to visit Sahm Goong. The ghost of Say Goong is silent but persistent. Sahm Goong wonders what Say Goong wants to do or say. After some time, Sahm Goong takes the advice of the author's mother and commands the ghost...

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