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The Sun Is Also a Star - Pages 144 – 210 Summary & Analysis

Nicola Yoon
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In the section titled “Hair: A Korean American History,” the third-person narrator states that in the 1960s, the African American demand for wigs made from Korean hair exploded, leading to raw hair exports being banned in South Korea. Meanwhile, the United States banned wigs made from Chinese hair, ensuring that only South Korean wigs could be made in South Korea and exported to the United States, and also ensuring that South Koreans cornered the market on African American hair products.

In “Daniel,” Daniel is grateful that Natasha does not hate him because of his family. Daniel asks her to lunch, and then decides to return to the questions. When Natasha leans in close, he smells her hair. She asks him about this and he tells her that her hair smells good, like the air after a spring rain.

In “Natasha,” Natasha tries to remain...

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