No-No Boy - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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The next day Ichiro takes the bus to the Christian Rehabilitation Center to seek a job. He passes massive amounts of donated items and sees a workshop in which people seem happy to be repairing similar items. A young man named Mr. Morrison interviews Ichiro. Another Japanese-American man, Gary, is working at the Center as a painter, and Mr. Morrison tells Ichiro he doesn’t really know how to help either of them, because both Ichiro and Gary are bright young men who would have no trouble finding a job anywhere under other circumstances. He offers Ichiro a job helping Gary. Ichiro goes to talk to Gary, who tells him his life has actually improved because of being in prison. Gary is an artist who did more talking than painting before the war, and upon release from prison he became passionate about his work as an...

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