In the Year of the Boar and Jackie Robinson - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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The Mid-Autumn Festival is almost upon the Wong family and they have just barely remembered it. They have been really busy in America. When they realize what time of year it is they are all home sick and decide to remember what would be going on in China at this time of the year if they were still there.

Luckily, their Grandfather baked and sent them all moon cakes, which was almost like being there. Overall, they are all sad about missing out on the festivities. Shirley decides to tell one of the grandfather Wong stories. As she tells the story, Shirley wishes she was the girl in the story. The story is basically about a betrothal pact made by two friends about their unborn children. If it were a boy and girl they would marry. The friend had to move away and eventually...

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