The Orphan Master's Son: A Novel - Part Two, Pages 413-444 Summary & Analysis

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Part Two, Pages 413-444 Summary

Ga is awake until Sun Moon returns. When she comes back, she tells her him how the former Ga and Park plotted against the Dear Leader. She tells him about the sister she lost to sickness, and that the first time the Dear Leader heard her singing, it was to her mother. They were headed to a redeemability camp, considered the family of a defector. The Dear Leader heard her singing when his train passed the one on which her family was riding. Sun Moon also tells Ga that she plans to recreate her grandmother's songs in America but her song will tell the truth about the Dear Leader. Sun Moon tells him that she has never sung a song for pleasure before. He teaches her The Yellow Rose of Texas. Sun Moon allows him to be...

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