The Book of Dead Birds - 1967, Suwon - 1968, Cheju-do Summary & Analysis

Gayle Brandeis
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Summary

In Suwon, 1967, the omniscient narrator says that Hye-yang arrives and finds Sun performing as the bride in the wedding ceremony. Sun is happy to see her and gets her a job before the day is over. Later that night they go to the area where Sun performs seesaw demonstrations. They jump, and tell each other what they can see.

The narrative shifts to Ava’s first person point of view as she goes to Salton Sea. She was not able to say goodbye to her mother before she left and she does not know how long she will be staying, but she plans to stay long enough to set things right.

An entry in The Book of Dead Birds appears telling how Ava had accidentally killed another bird. The narrative continues with Ava’s trip. The place she arrives in has no...

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