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No-No Boy - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Kenji goes to his family home and has a good conversation with his father, who raised six children after his wife died. His father worries because he gave his permission for Kenji to join the army, he is to blame for Kenji losing his leg in the war, but Kenji sets his mind at ease. Kenji’s father remembers hearing about a neighbor’s son, a soldier, who became very angry because his family was sent to a relocation camp and also because the Japanese-American soldiers were hidden when President Roosevelt came to visit the troops. Kenji’s father also remembers a sociologist who visited the relocation camp and told the older Japanese they did not understand their children’s lives at all. Kenji’s father is grateful for the good relationship he and Kenji enjoy.

Kenji’s father makes a family dinner, and Kenji’s sisters and...

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