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  1. No-No Boy

    No-No Boy

    Written by John Okada, Foreword by Ruth Ozeki, Introduced by Lawson Fusao Inada, Afterword by Frank Chin

    Series Classics of Asian American Literature

    University of Washington Press

    "No-No Boy has the honor of being the very first Japanese American novel,” writes novelist Ruth Ozeki in her new foreword to John Okada’s classic of Asian American literature. First published in 1956, No-No Boy was virtually... Learn More
    Published: 11th June 2014
    Paperback / £15.99
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  2. Scent of Apples
    Winner of the Before Columbus Foundation's American Book AwardThis collection of sixteen stories brings the work of a distinguished Filipino writer to an American audience. Scent of Apples contains work from the 1940s to the 1970s.... Learn More
    Published: 25th July 2015
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  3. Desert Exile
    After the attack on Pearl Harbor, everything changed for Yoshiko Uchida. Desert Exile is her autobiographical account of life before and during World War II. The book does more than relate the day-to-day experience of living in... Learn More
    Published: 11th March 2015
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  4. Yokohama, California
    Yokohama, California, originally released in 1949, is the first published collection of short stories by a Japanese American. Set in a fictional community, these linked stories are alive with the people, gossip, humor, and legends... Learn More
    Published: 3rd March 2015
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  5. Citizen 13660

    Citizen 13660

    Written by Miné Okubo, Introduced by Christine Hong

    Series Classics of Asian American Literature

    University of Washington Press

    Mine Okubo was one of over one hundred thousand people of Japanese descent - nearly two-thirds of whom were American citizens - who were forced into “protective custody” shortly after Pearl Harbor. Citizen 13660, Okubo's graphic... Learn More
    Published: 11th March 2014
    Hardback / £24.99
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  6. Citizen 13660

    Citizen 13660

    Written by Miné Okubo, Introduced by Christine Hong

    Series Classics of Asian American Literature

    University of Washington Press

    Mine Okubo was one of over one hundred thousand people of Japanese descent - nearly two-thirds of whom were American citizens - who were forced into “protective custody” shortly after Pearl Harbor. Citizen 13660, Okubo's graphic... Learn More
    Published: 28th February 2014
    Paperback / £15.99
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  7. Nisei Daughter

    Nisei Daughter

    Written by Monica Sone, Introduced by Marie Rose Wong

    Series Classics of Asian American Literature

    University of Washington Press

    With charm, humor, and deep understanding, Monica Sone tells what it was like to grow up Japanese American on Seattle’s waterfront in the 1930s and to be subjected to “relocation” during World War II. Along with over one... Learn More
    Published: 26th February 2014
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  8. America Is in the Heart
    First published in 1943, this classic memoir by well-known Filipino poet Carlos Bulosan describes his boyhood in the Philippines, his voyage to America, and his years of hardship and despair as an itinerant laborer following the... Learn More
    Published: 21st February 2014
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    Mixed media product / £37.00
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  9. Yokohama, California

    Yokohama, California

    Written by Toshio Mori, Introduced by William Saroyan and Lawson Fusao Inada

    Series Classics of Asian American Literature

    University of Washington Press

    Yokahama, California, originally published in 1949, is the first published collection of short stories by a Japanese American. Set in the fictional community of Yokahama, California, Mori’s work is alive with the people, gossip,... Learn More
    Published: 1st June 1985
    Paperback / £16.99
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  10. Desert Exile
    In the spring of 1942, shortly after the United States entered into war with Japan, the federal government initiated a policy whereby 110,000 persons of Japanese ancestry were rounded up and herded into camps. They were incarcerated... Learn More
    Published: 1st April 1982
    Hardback / £58.00
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