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The Master Puppeteer by Katherine Paterson Review/Summary

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The Master Puppeteer by Katherine Paterson Review/Summary

Writer: Katherine Paterson
Publication HarperTeen
ISBN-13 978-0064402811
Language: English
Genre: Fiction
Best Sellers Rank: #545,638 in Books
Customer review 4.5/5
Publish Date: 24 March 1989

The passage you provided is a synopsis of a fictional story set in feudal Japan. The story centers around three characters: Sabura, Yosida, and Jiro.

Sabura is a mysterious bandit who robs from the rich and helps the poor, making him a folk hero to the people. Jiro, an apprentice to Yosida, a harsh and ill-tempered master of feudal Japan's most famous puppet theater, is determined to uncover Sabura's identity and his connection to Yosida.

As Jiro devotes himself to learning puppetry under the tutelage of Kinshi, the puppet master's son, he becomes aware of the social unrest among the peasants, who are hungry and rioting. Jiro realizes that his responsibilities extend beyond his craft as he schemes to help his friend Kinshi and find his own parents.

In his quest for the truth, Jiro stumbles onto a dangerous and powerful secret that could put his life in danger. The story suggests that Jiro's curiosity about Sabura and his connection to Yosida, as well as his desire to help his friend and find his own parents, will lead him down a perilous path.


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