Obasan - Chapters 24, 25 and 26 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 24, 25 and 26 Summary

A few months later, Naomi awakens one morning with the feeling that her mother is attempting to communicate with her. It is August of 1945 and there is a feeling of lightness in the little hut and Naomi discovers when she rises that her father has joined them. The day before, Stephen had run home with the announcement that the war was over, but the look on their father's face this morning does not indicate that any joy is imminent for the family.

Stephen is the one who informs Naomi that the family must move again and that they will not be going back to Vancouver even though the war is over. Naomi and Stephen's father is to report to New Denver, while the children are to travel with Uncle Isamu and Aunt Obasan to a town called Granton in the province of Alberta. The family...

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