Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet - Home Again (1942) - Sheldon’s Record (1942) Summary & Analysis

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In the section “Home Again (1942),” Henry’s father was studying a map of China when Henry first saw him the following morning. He said that the Americans had given the Chinese supplies and planes to fight against the Japanese. Because Hong Kong was secure, it meant that Henry could go to school in Canton, a common practice even for Chinese born in America. Henry did not want to go to school in China because he knew he would be tormented for not being Chinese enough, just like he was not American enough in America.

On his way to buy supplies for his mother, Henry decided to get Keiko art supplies as a gift for her birthday. He walked past the Panama Hotel to see if there was any way into the building to get the record that Keiko said...

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