Music of the Ghosts - The Second Movement: Pages 103 - 146 Summary & Analysis

Vaddey Ratner
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The Second movement begins on page 103, and pages 103 - 146 make up the first third of the Second Movement. The perspective starts with Suteera chatting with her driver, Mr. Chum. She is back at the temple, Wat Nagara and as she looks around she feels, “she has never stopped loving this place. . . She’s learned to embrace another as her home only because she knew how it felt to be embraced by a land, to be rooted and safe” (108). As she walks around two monks practice their English on her, giggling and calling her “sir” (110). As she walks around she hears people guess where she is from and say “One of us . . . but not quite” (111). She realizes she is standing in front of the Old Musician’s cottage door. On the next page, he opens the door and greets her, calling...

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