The Man in the High Castle - Study Guide Chapters 7-8 Summary & Analysis

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Childan is invited to the home of a young couple who visited his store, Betty and Paul Kasouras. Childan is nervous and feels as if he is offending the couple with every word out of his mouth. They discuss politics, and Childan finds himself announcing he is glad the Japanese won. Childan also finds himself defending one of the candidates for German Chancellor. The whole time Childan keeps thinking to himself that he does not agree with the very words coming out of his mouth, but he cannot help saying and doing whatever it takes to keep these people happy. At the same time, Kasouras seem to be trying to embrace Childan's customs by serving him an all-American meal and discussing New Orleans Jazz. The entire evening is very stressful for Childan, and he is relieved when it is over. However, when Childan returns home...

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