The Orphan Master's Son: A Novel - Part One, Pages 60-89 Summary & Analysis

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Part One, Pages 60-89 Summary

In this section of the novel, Jun Do is still stationed on the Junma. The Captain scolds Jun Do for his actions, saying that it was the Second Mate who did right by standing up for the Koreans. He says they must make up a story to explain what happened to their flag and portraits. First, they want to say that there was a fire in the pilothouse, but Jun Do comes up with a better story in which the Second Mate kills the Americans with his knife in an effort to protect the pictures of the Dear Leader.

A group of people, including a newspaper reporter is waiting for them when they come back into port. They take Jun Do's story then he is free to go to his home. He lives in the house formerly...

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