Tales of the South Pacific - Study Guide pp. 350-358, Frisco, pp. 359-376, The Landing at Kuralei, pp. 377-384, A Cemetery at Hoga Point Summary & Analysis

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Frisco— The narrator is an officer in the coming Kuralei landing and is stationed on a small ship, the LCS-108. Navy guns and aircraft bomb Kuralei, and an American oiler ship is sunk by the Japanese. The men stay up and get together in the recreation room and sing. There is a bright explosion on Kuralei and it reminds the men of the lights and excitement of San Francisco, California, the main embarking port out to the South Pacific War. One man, a cook, remembers meeting a girl in a restaurant in 'Frisco and taking her out to all sorts of places as well as sleeping with her. Men tell stories, while others sharpen their weapons...

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