One Thousand Paper Cranes: The Story of Sadako and the Children's Peace Statue - Chapter Eight: Can't Fold Any More Summary & Analysis

Ishii Takayuki
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Chapter Eight: Can't Fold Any More Summary and Analysis

By October, Sadako had grown too weak to continue her folding. She had folded 1,500 cranes which hung about in her hospital room. Every night Fujiko would come right from work to the hospital. She stayed overnight most nights unless obligations at home prevented her from doing so. When she saw that leaving Sadako made her sad, Fujiko vowed to stay with her every night from then on and she kept that promise. One day at the hospital, Fujiko had a blinding headache and crawled in the bed with Sadako. When she woke, Sadako was standing next to the bed with a glass of water and a headache remedy. By mid-October, Sadako could not walk and was confined to bed. Even though she was in excruciating pain, she refused painkillers because she...

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