Farewell to Manzanar and Related Readings



A story of Jeanne Wakatsuki s family s experiences in a n internment camp for Japanese Americans during WWII Jeanne has said that it took her 25 years to be able to talk about what happened The Houstons also collaborated on teh screenplay for an award winning film based on the book. Best Read Farewell to Manzanar and Related Readings Author Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston For Kindle ePUB or eBook – e17streets4all.co.ukFarewell to Manzanar and Related Readings

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  • Hardcover
  • 0 pages
  • Farewell to Manzanar and Related Readings
  • Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston
  • 16 December 2017
  • 0395884551

10 thoughts on “Farewell to Manzanar and Related Readings

  1. says:

    I didn t really like this book.

  2. says:

    I was interested to learn about the internment of Japanese Americans But once I started reading it, I started to dread it I know that it must be difficult to talk about what happened, because it was wrong I still would have liked the story line to be stronger It kept skipping around to different ti...

  3. says:

    Jeanne Wakatsuki, a Japanese American during WWII Her family was put through anything and everything that could legally, and illegally be done to them They were put in homes with holes, given food that made them sick, and bathrooms that were a complete invasion of privacy Many of the people in these internment camps would not even eat the food because their stomachs could not handle it During WWII the US treated Japanese Americans like trash Many of them were not responsible for the attacks Jeanne Wakatsuki, a Japanese American during WWII Her family was put through anything and everything that could legally, and illegally be done to them They were put in homes with holes, given food that made them sick, and bathrooms that were a complete invasion of privacy Many of the people in these internment camps would not even eat the food because their stomachs could not handle it During WWII the US treated Japanese Americans like trash Many of them were not responsible for the attacks on Pearl Harbor and no relation to t...

  4. says:

    This small 145 page paperback is like one of the polished stones collected by the civilian prisoners of the Manzanar internment camp in California Dense, hard and indelible, but also simply beautiful Wakatsuki Houston did a wonderful job of telling the true story of her American family, suddenly uprooted in 1942, disenfranchised from society, put behind barbed wire for years, and then provided with a bus ticket to anywhere in America to begin lives anew All ...

  5. says:

    Excellent read, especially timely in view of the president elect s previous ethnic comments.

  6. says:

    They re fudging the tally They re afraid to have a Japanese girl be queen.

  7. says:

    3.5

  8. says:

    The novel, Farewell to Manzanar, is an inspiring story of a young Japanese girl living in a Japanese internment camp during World War II Jeanne Wakatsuki, the author, shares her terrifying experience that she had to face when she was only seven years old This book revolves around a four letter word, that has a big impact on Jeanne and her family, that word is hope Has your pride ever been taken What about your home and your friends, have they ever been taken from you If they have, did you The novel, Farewell to Manzanar, is an inspiring story of a young Japanese girl living in a Japanese internment camp during World War II Jeanne Wakatsuki, the author, shares her terrifying experience that she had to face when she was only seven years old This book revolves around a four letter word, that has a big impact on Jeanne and her family, that word is hope Has your pride ever been taken What about your home and your friends, have they ever been taken from you If they have, did you stay hopeful, even in the face of distress Though not being with her father and having to live in disgusting conditions, Jeanne shows the world that she i...

  9. says:

    Personally, I was very invested in this book from the start There were times that I had gotten lost, however, because of some prior WW2 knowledge that I should ve looked up and refreshed myself with At the beginning, I thought that this book was quite interesting due to its start off of showing me a new side of the war that I had never seen before Before the book, I honestly never knew of the Japanese internees and that there was such thing During th...

  10. says:

    In the book Farewell to Manzanar, a young girl named Jeanne and her family are sent to a internment camp after Pearl Harbor had been bombed Jeanne learns to deal with problems with both her family and problems in the society Her family starts to slowly fall apart such as things like her father being arrested by the FBI and not saying many words when he returns to the camp or after being at the camp for a while her family starts to eat separately A major society problem she deals with prejudi In the book Farewell to Manzanar, a young girl named Jeanne and her family are sent to a internment camp after Pearl Harbor had been bombed Jeanne learns to deal with problems with both her family and problems in the society Her family starts to slowly fall apart such as things like her father being arrested by the FBI and not saying many words when he returns to the camp or after being at the camp for a while her family starts to eat separately A major society problem she deals with prejudice people in the community or racism like acts shown towards her because she is Japanese American The first day she went to school, a young girl was shocked at how well she could speak English, and that...

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