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Chorus of Mushrooms

Chorus of Mushrooms

Book - 1994
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Chorus of Mushrooms heralds the debut of a young Japanese Canadian feminist#44; Hiromi Goto#46; Until the publication of Chorus of Mushrooms in 1994#44; the primary voice heard from Japanese Canadians was that of the people interned during World War II#46; Hiromi Goto examines the immigration experience of the Japanese Canadian beyond war and into present day Alberta#46; Celebrating cultural differences as a privilege#44; Chorus of Mushrooms explores the shifts and collisions of culture through the lives of three generations of women in a Japanese family living in a small prairie town#46;

Publisher: Edmonton : NeWest Press, c1994
ISBN: 9780920897539
0920897533
Branch Call Number: c823 G6841c
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Characteristics: 222 pages ; 21 cm

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Winner of the Commonwealth Writer's Prize. A classic of Canadian fiction. Goto' crafts a poetic story about the lives of three generations of Japanese Canadian women who live in Alberta. A gentle and compelling tale.

JAPANESE - THE JAPANESE-CANADIAN EXPERIENCE THROUGH THE LIVES OF THREE GENERATIONS OF WOMEN

Goto' crafts a poetic story about the lives of three generations of Japanese Canadian women who live in Alberta. A gentle and compelling tale.


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