Iron & Silk - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Mark Salzman
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Chapter 3 Summary and Analysis

Peking Duck

Mark and his class of teachers discuss the recent reading assignment, which was about World War II. Since America and China are on the same side in World War II, Mark does not think there would be any controversy in reading a story about WWII. On the contrary, the students react to the story with great passion. One asks Mark how he feels about his country, which bombed and killed innocent people. Mark points out that the bombing is intended to save lives by bringing the conflict to an abrupt end.

The students all proclaim their gratitude that China and America are friends. The students express their view that since China is a peace-loving country and never attacks other countries, the world would be better off if China is the the leader of all nations.

The students read their...

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