The Book of Dead Birds - Kunsan, Book of Dead Bird Entry of 11/2/83 - Kunsan, Darryl Sets Time for Date With Ava Summary & Analysis

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After another entry in The Book of Dead Birds with an entry that Ava gave her from school with how one refers to groupings of birds. Her mother had focused on the way one refers to a group of crows, “A murder of crows” (150).

The narrative continues from Ava’s point of view. The day after her arrival, Ava wakes up to the smell of her mother’s soup and her mother is surprised to hear that Ava is teaching the self-defense classes. She decides to go with her. When they get to the restaurant Emily and Jeniece are there. Emily thinks that Hye-yang is Japanese and is surprised that she can speak English. Hye-yang tells her that she is Korean. She wants to know what Frieda does with...

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