Lost Names: Scenes from a Korean Boyhood - Once upon aTime, on a Sunday Summary & Analysis

Richard E. Kim
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Once upon aTime, on a Sunday Summary and Analysis

Sundays are early, busy days for the third-grader as he pretends to be asleep, hoping for more time before mother makes him get up. She expects a baby in a few months, one that he hopes will be a brother instead of another sister. It is the end of August, with school still on vacation. The family stays at the orchard in a small cottage but go to town, where the grandparents stay in the main house on Sundays. Mother and sister ride in the oxcart but the boy and his father ride bicycles. The boy dislikes Sunday because he must rise early so his parents and sister get to the Presbyterian church soon enough for mother to practice piano with the choir. The boy goes to Sunday morning assembly at...

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