The Distant Land of My Father - After the Fall, pgs. 79-112 Summary & Analysis

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After the Fall, pgs. 79-112 Summary and Analysis

After the Japanese takeover of Shanghai, life returns to normal. Many people who have fled the city now return. The only difference is a ten o'clock curfew. Businesses and trade flourish. Joseph is very excited about the business opportunities and begins to deal in raw materials.

Anna thinks the city is very different with Japanese sentries all over the place. Genevieve still wants to leave Shanghai but Joseph does not.

At this time, Joseph becomes involved in the smuggling business including yen trading. He is often away from home and he does a lot of shopping. He sometimes takes Anna on his outings even though Genevieve objects. They drive through the Japanese sector with her father pointing out the sights. They arrive at the Hsin Hung Chong where Joseph must photograph some equipment...

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