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"A poignant memoir from a Japanese American. . . . Told without bitterness, her story reflects the triumph of the human spirit during an extraordinary episode in American history." —Library Journal
"[Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston] describes vividly the life in the camp and the humiliations suffered by the detainees... A sober and moving personal account." —Publishers Weekly
Farewell To Manzanar is the true story of one spirited Japanese American family's attempt to survive the indignities of forced detention . . . and of a native-born American child who discovered what it was like to grow up behind barbed wire in the United States. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
She spends most of the book complaining about well nothing plus she compared it to a concentration camp so well
A well written personal history written by one, who when a child, was an internee in the Concentration Camp in California during World War 2.Published 6 days ago by yoda
Story was so so not as interesting as I thought it would be but it got better towards the end of the novel.Published 1 month ago by Victoria Wreden-Sadeq
I like learning about what is was like for the Japanese during this war. It is a great story with lots of emotions.Published 2 months ago by lauren eryn marsh