The Japanese Lover - Chapters 13-15 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 13, just a few days before the Japanese were released from the concentration camps by the order of the United States Supreme Court, Takao and Heideko Fukuda were present as their son, Charles, was honored in a military funeral service for Charles. The United States had taken everything away from Takao including the older son who was supposed to care for his family when Takao no longer could. Even after his family was allowed to leave the concentration camp Takao had an attitude of frozen indifference. Although the laws keeping Megumi and Boyd from marrying had been abolished Megumi felt she couldn’t deal this final blow to her father. Megumi was also still working toward her dream of becoming a doctor. Ichimei was enrolled in secondary school. The first time he was physically attacked by a bully Ichimei used his martial...

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