July 10, 2024

When Tuyet is considering whether Takeshi’s gift of food, shampoo, and soap has an ulterior motive, Coi says, “When possible, believe in the good intention of others.” Tuyet replies, “No truth more convincing than the lies one tells oneself”. By the end of the novel, do you think the author aligns more with Coi’s opinion or Tuyet’s opinion about people’s intentions?

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