Shizuko's Daughter - Chapter 15 – The Effects of Light (August 1975) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 Summary - The Effects of Light (August 1975)

After the four days she had spent with her grandmother, Yuki is back home in Nagasaki looking at the three black-and-white photographs Isamu had taken of her the day before she left. Watching him as he makes coffee, she remembers the first day they'dthey had met. On the first day of school at the college librarylibrary, he had smiled at her and introduced himself. He had been a year ahead of her and was a native of Nagasaki. In April and May he had shown her the city and the countryside around it and since school got out in June he had been teaching her how to use his camera and develop her own film.

She is tired from the all-night train ride, having only arrived back at six. It is just...

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