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Journey to Topaz Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 15, Good News Summary

Yoshiko Uchida
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Chapter 15, Good News Summary

Thanksgiving passes in Topaz without much enthusiastic celebration. Food is scarce, and many families have little for which to be thankful. The Sakane family has lived in Topaz for over a year, and they have been interned for approximately nineteen months. Mr. Sakane has been incarcerated in Montana for nearly two years.

A few days after Thanksgiving, Mrs. Sakane receives a telegram informing her that Mr. Sakane will shortly be joining the Sakane family in Topaz. The Sakane family is overjoyed at the prospect. Finally, on December 24, 1943, over two years since his initial arrest, Mr. Sakane is transported to the Topaz internment camp to rejoin his family.

Mr. Sakane tells Yuki, Ken and Mrs. Sakane about his experiences in incarceration and about Montana. He tells them about the bitter cold winters in Montana and explains that although he was in a huge room...

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