How is Hana’s perspective about the white man different from Yumi’s perspective?

Question: How is Hana’s perspective about the white man different from Yumi’s perspective?

Answer: Hana sees the white man as a person who is in need of help and not as a nameless enemy who should be killed, as per Yumi. This point is central to the story because it talks about how all people are similar and that they should all be treated in a humane and respectful way.


How is Hana’s perspective about the white man different from Yumi’s perspective?


Previous Post Next Post