Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China - Chapter 26 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 26 Summary and Analysis

De-hong puts herself to work for her children. Her youngest, Xiao-fang, needs tutoring to help him catch up from his six years without schooling. The married daughter, Xiao-hong, is desperate to return to the city to be with her husband. One of the ways to get a "return ticket" was to have an incurable illness. De-hong arranges for a doctor to declare that Xiao-hong has cirrhosis of the liver. She creates the idea that Chang Shou-yu is about to complete his rehabilitation period so that Jin-ming will be accepted into an engineering school. De-hong arranges for Xiao-hei to become a member of the Chinese air force. He aspires to join the Communist party in order to have a better job once he's out of the military. With that in mind, he accepts a job caring for swine because food production is...

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