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Red Scarf Girl: A Memoir of the Cultural Revolution Chapter Summary & Analysis - An Educable Child, pgs. 191 - 205 Summary

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An Educable Child, pgs. 191 - 205 Summary and Analysis

Ji-li stays home from school to help her mother and Grandmother. Her mother suffers from Meniere's disease. One of her classmates, Lin-lin comes to visit. There is a meeting the next day and the teacher wants her to attend. Before Lin-lin leaves, Ji-li tells her about her father being detained for interrogation. Lin-lin replies that her house was also searched.

Ji-li attends the meeting which is about Chairman Jin's intention to make a Class Education Exhibition. They want to expose the evils of the class enemies and point out the miseries of the old society. All of the students there have been selected for their academics and political excellence. Ji-li wonders about this statement and talks to Teacher Zhang. She says there are other students in the class who would make better guides. He tells her that...

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