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Letters to memory —Yamashita, Karen Tei, 1951- author.

"An excursion through the Japanese internment using archival materials from the Yamashita family as well as a series of epistolary conversations with composite characters representing a range of academic specialties. His...

Sansei and sensibility —Yamashita, Karen Tei, 1951- author.

"The protagonists of these skillful and inventive stories have traveled various paths - from Japan to Brazil, L.A. to Gardena, San Francisco to Tokyo - but along the way, they have all become archivists, whether they kno...

Tropic of Orange —Yamashita, Karen Tei, 1951- author.

"David Foster Wallace meets Gabriel Garcia Marquez" in this novel set in a dystopian Los Angeles from a National Book Award finalist ( Publishers Weekly ). Irreverently juggling magical realism, film noir, hip hop, and c...

Letters to Memory —Yamashita, Karen Tei, 1951- author.

An excursion through the Japanese-American internment using archival materials from the author's own family. In this unique memoir, Karen Tei Yamashita draws on her family's history and creates a series of epistolary con...

No-no boy —Okada, John, author.

"The first Japanese American novel: a powerful, radical testament to the experiences of Japanese American draft resisters in the wake of World War II After their forcible relocation to internment camps during World War I...

I Hotel a novel —Yamashita, Karen Tei, 1951-
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Beginning in 1968, a motley cast of students, labourers, artists, revolutionaries, and provocateurs from San Francisco's Chinatown make their way through the history of the day, becoming caught in a riptide of politics a...