Moloka'i - Part Four-'Ohana, Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Part Four-'Ohana, Chapter 22 Summary

Rachel stays in Maui for ten days. While there, she has fond remembrances of tales Haleola told her of Maui. After returning to Honolulu, Rachel gets a job as a cashier at a gift shop. After a month at the job a customer notices her crippled hand, and soon thereafter she is fired with no explanation.

After Rachel gets permission to examine the adoption papers for Ruth, she discovers that Ruth was adopted by a Japanese family. Rachel tries to find the Japanese family, but she is unsuccessful. Catherine is able to find a nun who once worked at the adoption home, and the nun has a letter from Ruth's adopted family. The return address is in California. Rachel writes a letter to the address in California.

A couple of weeks later Rachel receives a telephone call from a...

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