Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China - Chapter 27 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 27 Summary and Analysis

Chang Shou-yu continues to have mental health problems. In 1974, he sensed he was nearing another breakdown and spent some time in the hospital, Jung at his side. Though the hospital staff were kind to her father, Jung says she felt he needed love more than anything else. Chang Shou-yu takes tranquilizers continuously, though he is able to taper off somewhat when the political climate is calmer. The doctors are concerned about the amount of tranquilizers he takes, but there seems to be nothing to do about it. Meanwhile, Chang Shou-yu has had several minor heart attacks and his health is failing. The following spring, he takes a nap and when she goes to wake him, De-hong discovers that he's had another heart attack. She finds a doctor but the man doesn't approve of Chang Shou-yu and takes an hour to arrive...

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