immediately but they have to wait while Jean tries her hand at opening up some businesses to give her something to do, if she was going to live in the desolate town with Joe. Many of the women and children died. Ironically, Jean is not a typical flighty woman as Strachan discovers when she tells him her experience of wwii. Requiem from a Wren, jean Paget, she is the niece of Douglas Macfadden and she inherits a considerable amount of money when he died. These men helped the little group of prisoners very much. So the women couldn't really believe what happened to them. Jean Paget survived because she was a very strong woman. When Joe steals some prized chickens from a Japanese my Favorite Food general, who is later convicted and hung for war crimes, he brutally punished.
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The remaining women also soon follow suit. Sometimes in a town they were unwelcome and so they got less to eat, they hadn't anything to wash and they hadn't got any medicine. Jean and Joe talked very much about their home country and what they do at home and about many other things more. The women walked on and one day they came to a little cottage where they asked if they could stay at this place. In some villages the inhabitants were very unfriendly to them, they didn't give them anything and sent them to the next village. When the Japanese realise that the women, which includes children and a baby, cannot stay where they are, they are shepherded to and from different towns, made to walk in the the unforgiving conditions with no end in sight. 'A Town Like Alice' is a beautiful story about a young girl with many experiences in her short life. They liked each other. Before the outbreak of war, Jean worked as a typist for a British company in Kuala Lumpur and decides to stay during the war. In these days there was the war between Japan and. For some time, they often met to go to the theatre or to go out to have dinner. This story really happened, not in Malaya but in Sumatra.