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Red Scarf Girl: A Memoir of the Cultural Revolution - The Red Successors, Graduation, pgs. 52-79 Summary & Analysis

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The Red Successors, Graduation, pgs. 52-79 Summary and Analysis

Soon after the poster incident, Ji-li is sick with a fever and stays home for ten days. This is the first time that she is happy to miss school. Both Grandma and Song Po-po try to cheer her. She is very upset about the poster. An-Yi visits her everyday and tells her that classes have resumed. They are studying documents of Mao and the Central Committee. An-Yi says there are so many posters, that people would never see the one with her name.

The Red Successors are the younger version of the Red Guards and each class would elect ten members. Ji-li returns to school in time for the election. Most of the posters are gone. Ji-li is nominated for election to the Red Successors. She is happy about it until another student mentions that...

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