Lost Names: Scenes from a Korean Boyhood - Lost Names Summary & Analysis

Richard E. Kim
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Lost Names Summary and Analysis

February is the gloomiest and dreariest time of the winter and seems to last without end in the northern region of Korea. The snow is wet, heavy and covers earlier layers with brittle sheets of ice. Snow falls constantly and covers up the river for skating but doesn't make good snowmen. Father calls the boy and his sister to breakfast since mother is in Pyongyang at her parents with their new baby sister. The boy and his sister argue about white rice grandmother puts in his lunch box. He told father his lunch was taken because it had white rice like rich boys get and the others teased him. He misses mother since she puts barley and millet in his lunch like other boys so he doesn't feel like he's showing off. They don't get much white rice anymore...

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