In Chapter 15, Mr. Lanski fills Hazel in on Sogoji's parents and how he grew up. There is a saying that states, "You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view - until you climb into his skin and walk around in it." Hazel finds out this information after she has upset Sogoji. Now that she has a better understanding of his past, how does it change her feelings towards Sogoji? Does she feel bad about what she has said and how she has judged him? Mr. Lanski also says to her that, " Sogoji is sort of in between. He's not American, he's not Japanese. May need a little help figuring out what he is." What does Mr. Lanski mean by this? How can Hazel help Sogoji figure out 'what he is?'
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