First They Killed My Father - Section 6 - "The First Foster Family," "Flying Bullets," "Khmer Rouge Attack," and "The Execution" Summary & Analysis

Ung, Loung
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Section 6 contains the chapters "The First Foster Family," "Flying Bullets," "Khmer Rouge Attack," and "The Execution."

“The First Foster Family” begins with the siblings being taken in by a foster family which is headed by the father of the palm tree boy Loung considered a friend of sorts at her last camp. Her initial joy at having a new family dissipates as she quickly realizes that she and her siblings are being accepted in exchange for their hard work around the family’s home. The siblings begin to resent the new family, as the mother is rude to them and looks through their possessions, telling them they will amount to nothing. Paof, an elder son of the family, tries to sexually assault Loung one day while the two are running errands...

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