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Paradise of the Blind Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Summary

Dương Thu Hương
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Chapter 6 Summary

When they return Hang goes to play in the courtyard. The cripple is there in his chair singing his melancholy song. When she returns home, her mother announces that Uncle Chinh is planning to visit. Hang remarks that he is just coming for his money but her Que ignores her reproof. Hang eats meal and goes to bed. She wakes to the sound of the cripple's song. Hang tries to imagine her father. She feels like a child without purpose, living her life simply tumbling through the sooty streets of Hanoi with no direction. Fuzzy White begins barking at the moon. Hang goes outside, wanders through the dark empty streets, and runs into the old man in the courtyard. He invites her to talk but Hang refuses and runs off. She ends up at the mouth of a sewer and uses a stick to poke at the...

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