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Pao Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 6, Chapters 23 through 26 Summary

Kerry Young
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Part 6, Chapters 23 through 26 Summary

"Waging War" 1965.

There are near-constant riots in Kingston, riots that Pao continues to blame on the oppression of the poor and the working classes. Meanwhile, he is having trouble with the arrogant Kenneth Wong who, after Pao lets him go, allies with De Freitas. Henry Wong has what turns out to be a fatal stroke, but remains alive long enough to tell Pao that he wants Pao to have control of his business. When Pao attends Wong's funeral (conducted by Kealey, now a bishop), he is surprised to find himself moved and beating his breast in time to the "mea culpa's" of the confession. In the aftermath of the funeral, Pao visits Cicely, who tells him she knows of Wong's wishes, but that she wants part of the business to go to Kenneth in the hope that he will settle down. She asks...

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