My research this week was ignited by Mr. Hosokawa talking about his wife and two daughters. Our novel reads, “His… Read more Chapter 4: Japanese Women and Society
How in the world are the few generals in Bel Canto controlling over 15 innocent child soldiers? I don’t really understand… Read more Ch. 4 Child Soldiers
Patchett’s fourth chapter of Bel Canto describes the hostages’ situation approximately two weeks into the ordeal. Characters begin to exhibit… Read more Chapter 4: Separation from Routine and Habit
“Then it seemed that armed children were a much more dangerous breed than armed adults.” In chapter four the reader… Read more Chapter 4: Child Terrorists
In Chapter Four of Bel Canto the child soldiers of “La Familia de Martin Suarez” are at their wit’s end,… Read more Chapter 4: Technological Adoption
During the time that I spent reflecting on Chapter 4, a question kept popping into my head. What causes one… Read more Chapter 4: What causes a person to develop a passion?
With the garua setting in a blanket of heavy layer of fog around the mansion, the hostages feel as though… Read more Chapter 4: Music