Citizen 13660 - Pages 189 - 209 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 189 - 209 Summary and Analysis

Summer comes. There is the choice of being eaten by mosquitoes (who thrive on the non-absorbent soil) outside or suffocating inside. Screens are issued to keep bugs out of the barracks. On the first truly hot day, 4,000 straw hats are sold in a single day. Victory gardens are made, as in Tanforan, but they are more difficult due to the unforgiving soil and dust storms.

Dogs and cats are common around the camp. Most dogs are mongrels with short little legs and weiner-like bodies. The amount of animals increase to the point the administration must force people to license animals. Residents enjoy keeping both domesticated and wild animals, and this practice must eventually be forbidden by the administration for health reasons.

In September of 1943, the entire water and sewage system has to be dug up and replaced because of...

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