Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet - Camp Harmony (1942) - Visiting Hours (1942) Summary & Analysis

Jamie Ford
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In the section “Camp Harmony (1942),” Henry skipped school on Wednesday, pretending he was sick, but knew he had to return eventually. On Thursday when he returned to school, Ms. Beatty surprised him by serving Japanese food for lunch. None of the students appeared to know it was Japanese but Henry picked up on the message she was sending. When Chaz went through the line he had a hurtful comment about Keiko, indicating he was happy she was gone. Henry was just about to hit him with a spoonful of food when Ms. Beatty stopped him. She told Chaz to leave, that there was not enough food for him. Henry described the look on Ms. Beatty’s face as her “war face” (149). Ms. Beatty asked Henry if he wanted to make some extra money by helping her set up a mess...

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