The Orphan Master's Son: A Novel - Part Two, Pages 331-362 Summary & Analysis

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Part Two, Pages 331-362 Summary

In this section, the narrator gets a photo on Ga's phone of a Korean boy and girl wearing Mickey Mouse ears. He also continues to check his parents for signs of vision. He asks them if they had another family before him. They answer him in riddles.

Ga speaks with Sun Moon about the possibility that the girl rower would develop feelings for the Dear Leader. When Sun Moon suggests this might be possible, it seems she might have had some experience in that situation.

On the next loudspeaker installment of the Best North Korean story, a crow is flying, looking for traitors. The crow has spotted Ga tossing coins to the orphans, a forbidden activity in North Korea. The crow realizes the man and the woman with whom he is walking are making plans, another forbidden...

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