The Distant Land of My Father - Headlines, pgs. 282 - 300 Summary & Analysis

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Headlines, pgs. 282 - 300 Summary and Analysis

Genevieve and Anna learn of Joseph's imprisonment in spring of 1952 from a Life Magazine article. Anna is in her junior year at the University of California at Los Angeles and is deeply disturbed by his imprisonment. She marries Jack Bradley in 1953 after graduating from college. Anna works at the San Marino Library which keeps her mind from dwelling on her father's situation. Jack and Anna live in South Pasadena a few blocks from her family.

In January 1954, Genevieve calls to tell Anna that a newspaper articles says that Joseph has been released and is in Hong Kong. Anna reads the newspaper article. This is the first of several articles that would appear in the coming months. When Hong Kong orders him to leave, he refuses and is arrested. He stages a hunger strike and is hospitalized until...

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