Orphan Master’s Son #5

In the second half of the book, you read the story from three separate viewpoints: Commander Ga’s, The Interrogator, and The Propaganda. Did any of these perspectives change how you viewed Jun Do?

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One thought on “Orphan Master’s Son #5

    Sherri Miller said:
    September 24, 2013 at 5:23 pm

    All three points of view made me feel more sympathetic to Jun Do. Perhaps if I had been raised in North Korea, I would have found the propaganda to do its job just like it did for the interrogator’s parents.

    I did find that my sympathies allied most with the Interrogator at the end because he was the most compassionate. That’s a difficult thing to face and do in North Korea.

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