Red Scarf Girl: A Memoir of the Cultural Revolution - Fate, pgs. 140-155 Summary & Analysis

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The younger children return to school, but not Ji-li. There are no teachers for her classes. Ji-li is bored but still worries about the fate of her family. An-Yi's mother, a teacher, faces daily criticism sessions at her school where she is beaten as well as humiliated. There is no way for Ji-li and others to escape hearing and seeing this.

One day Ji-yun begins crying because she lost her schoolbag. Ji-li and Grandma ask her what happened. She tells the boys in her class called her a black whelp and threw it out the window. She is being bullied by three boys. Ji-li gives her the school bag and pencil box she purchased for junior high school and says she will take her shopping for what she needs.

Ji-li goes to visit An-Yi. Her mother is still having a difficult...

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