The next morning, civilian Koreans who have been forced to work in mines pour in from the mountains. The men and women are fleeing the Chinese army and are trying to make it to the ocean. The Americans don’t know what to do, so they point in the general direction of the ocean and send them on their way.
Henry receives another letter from his mother, even though he has trouble believing how a letter from America can reach him in his current situation. In the letter, Clemmie reports that it has been a harsh winter in West Virginia, leading her to reminisce on harsh winters from...
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