Farewell to Manzanar - Chapter 13, Outings, Explorations Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, Outings, Explorations Summary and Analysis

Life for the Wakatsuki family begins to slowly develop a new order as important institutions begin to be implemented at Manzanar. Life's patterns change to new designs, livable in another and new order. After the family moves, Jeanne begins to explore things beyond her family.

School is formally organized and given a home. She and the other children are able to attend school and because they have an excellent teacher, they are academically ready to return to life back in the outside community. School is important for all the children. They need the consistency and normal atmosphere brought by school. They require an education, for they need to be ready to reintegrate with their peers upon their final freedom from this shameful imprisonment.

Small freedoms are allowed to the trusted internees of the camp, especially in regards...

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