The Sympathizer - Chapters 13-15 Summary & Analysis

Viet Thanh Nguyen
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As Chapter 13 begins Sonny asks the narrator what is in the bag he is carrying. He has no choice but to share the vodka and cigarettes with Ms. Mori and Sonny, though he had planned an evening alone with Ms. Mori. They ask about his trip to the Philippines, so he tells them about it. The narrator notices an open photo album on the table and asks about it. Ms. Mori says the pictures are of her family. Sonny begins pointing out the people in the pictures and telling the narrator who they are. Sonny tells the story of Ms. Mori's brother Abe who was put in prison for refusing to fight in the war. Abe eventually moved to Japan because white people always told him to go back there, but when he arrived he discovered the Japanese people didn't think he was...

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