Everything Belongs to Us - Book 5, Chapters 1 - 2 Summary & Analysis

Yoojin Grace Wuertz
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Jisun imagines herself lying naked on the altar of a Christian church. This is something like a fever dream. She is heartsick about Peter, which makes her feel like she has the flu. She is living at her father’s house, listless and aimless. Jisun imagines different forms of God: a cliff, a cloud in the shape of a fox, a man she once loved (206). Bent on disproving Peter, she begins monitoring churches with UIM or labor affiliations, hoping to work her way back into the underground network. When a church secretary asks her if she needs anything, Jisun asks for a church class--not bible study, but something more “practical” and “[f]or working people” (207).

Having found her way back into the labor movement, she attends regular meetings in a burned out factory. Of the meetings and the community, Jisun thinks, “This...

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