Dogs at the Perimeter - Pages 100 – 150 Summary & Analysis

Madeleine Thien
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Sopham became a student at a specific training center for the Khmer Rouge soldiers. He assumed the name Rithy and invented a new backstory for himself that was more in line with Khmer Rouge proletarian ideals. He and the other boys at the training camp were taught military drills each day. Prasith occasionally visited Sopham. Prasith, suspected of being a traitor, was eventually arrested and tortured to death. Kosal was also arrested and killed. A group of prisoners arrived at the training center, and Sopham and the other boys were trained in how to torture the prisoners. Sopham tortured and killed prisoners as directed, as he was only nine years old and did not want to be killed by the Khmer Rouge. From one prisoner, he secured a map to a secret smuggling base. He kept the map secret and ran away from the...

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