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Four generations of Japanese American women make their home in a large house in San Francisco, united by the obligations of family and traditionand, perhaps, by love. In alternating chapters, the four women--Reiko, Rio, Tomoe, and Nomi Hito--speak with unflinching honesty about their lives, the secrets that have separated mother and daughter, and the fierce ties of intimacy that form an inextricable bridge between them.With the touch andpower of a master storyteller, Julie Shigekuni gracefully interweaves four distinctive voices to shape a moving story of love and the courage it requires.In baring the heart of one family, she illuminates the truths about families, real and imagined, we all create.

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Making their home in a large San Francisco dwelling, four generations of Japanese-American women--Reiko, Riio, Tomoe, and Nomi Hito--share their stories of devastating secrets and family bonds. Reprint. Tour.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780307781864
Publisher:
Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
Subject:
Fiction : General
Author:
Shigekuni, Julie
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main_subject
Subject:
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Publication Date:
19960215
Binding:
ELECTRONIC
Language:
English
Pages:
272

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Product details 272 pages Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group - English 9780307781864 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Making their home in a large San Francisco dwelling, four generations of Japanese-American women--Reiko, Riio, Tomoe, and Nomi Hito--share their stories of devastating secrets and family bonds. Reprint. Tour.
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