The American Diary of a Japanese Girl
The American Diary of a Japanese Girl is a novel written by Annette Meyers, it was published in 2002. The story is a fictional diary of a young Japanese woman named Yumi who is sent to the United States by her family in the early 1900s. The novel provides a unique perspective on the experiences of Japanese immigrants in America during that time period, as well as the cultural differences and challenges they faced. It explores themes such as identity, belonging, and the immigrant experience. The novel is also a good representation of how the early Japanese immigrants were treated in America. It is a good read for those interested in historical fiction, Asian-American literature, and the immigrant experience in America.
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