Moloka'i - Part Four-'Ohana, Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

Alan Brennert
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Part Four-'Ohana, Chapter 21 Summary

Rachel is in awe of the sights she sees as her plane flies to Oahu, and when she arrives she does not recognize Honolulu after more than a half century of changes. While she sees Honolulu as different, she still believes it is beautiful.

Rachel gets a room at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel and enjoys the luxury. During her stay at the hotel, she looks in the telephone book for listings for her mother and siblings but finds none. After a couple of nights at the hotel, she begins her search for an affordable apartment. She discovers that while leprosy can now be treated and while she poses no danger to others, the old prejudices remain. Most prospective landlords are rude, even cruel. One even throws an ashtray that strikes Rachel and cuts her head. She manages to find...

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