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Native Speaker Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 22 & 23 (pages 307-324) Summary

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Chapters 22 & 23 (pages 307-324) Summary

Crowds gather outside Kwang's house and they are divided into two factions. One faction consists of those protesting Kwang and are mostly Caucasians who are worried about Kwang. The latter group, the one Henry stands with, is composed mostly of immigrants. Janice is inside the house with Kwang's family. Janice has been extremely worried about Kwang, but Henry reassures her that Koreans do not commit suicide because of shame.

Henry returns to his apartment and Leila is in bed. She asks what will happen to the arrested immigrants and Henry says that it is now in the hands of the courts. Leila tries to console Henry by saying he did not know this would happen, and she reminds him that he is finished with Glimmer & Company. She says he can now work with her. Henry says he is making one last visit to...

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