Journey to Topaz - Chapter 14, Tragedy at Dusk Summary & Analysis

Yoshiko Uchida
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Chapter 14, Tragedy at Dusk Summary

Improvements to the camp continue. The roads are graveled, which eliminates much dust. Trees are planted outside of some of the buildings, though many internees doubt that the trees will be able to survive in the desert. The internees open a new cooperative store. Yuki is glad that spring has arrived, and her spirits seem buoyed by the improvements being made at the camp.

Mr. Kurihara and Mr. Toda enjoy searching through the dusty ground of the camp for fossils and Indian artifacts. In the months they have been at Topaz, they have searched most of the interior regions of the camp. One day, they wander to the outside perimeter of the camp and begin searching through the ground near the barbed wire fence that marks the camp confines. They walk along talking and occasionally stoop down...

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