6 edition of If Only We Could (Penguin Short Fiction) found in the catalog.
If Only We Could (Penguin Short Fiction)
July 5, 1988
by Penguin (Non-Classics)
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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''Only What We Could Carry gathers together the voices of interment--private, personal stories that could have been lost, but will now be heard and felt. It's as if we have a seat at a family dinner, listening to stories passed down from one generation to another, feeling the pain and the spirit of hope.''--David Mas Masumoto, author of Harvest 4/4(26).
Only What We Could Carry is a collection of writings documenting the lives of the Japanese Issei (first generation immigrants), Nisei (second generation, American born), and Kibei (American born but educated in Japan).
It includes short stories, memoirs, poetry, art, historical documents, letters, etc/5. If Only We Could Know. book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
In this volume of criticism, one of Chekhov's Russian interpreters /5(8). ONLY WHAT WE COULD CARRY gathers together the voices of internement -- private, personal stories that could have been lost, but will now be heard and felt.
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I am a Japanese-American. I enjoyed reading about the experiences of the authors. I was only five years old during WWII, so their story reinforces my If Only We Could book early /5(27). Could have refers to the ability to do whatever it is.
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“Only What We Could Carry gathers together the voices of interment—private, personal stories that could have been lost, but will now be heard and felt. It's as if we have a seat at a family dinner, listening to stories passed down from one generation to another, feeling the pain and the spirit of hope.”.
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I felt the author truly captured a child's view of the events - his fears, guilt and loss. book. About the Book A bestselling National Book Critics Circle Finalist, Thi Bui’s The Best We Could Do offers an evocative memoir about the search for a better future by seeking to understand the past.
The book is a marvelous visual narrative that documents theFile Size: 9MB. The only anthology of its kind, Only What We Could Carry is an emotional and intellectual testament to the dignity, spirit and strength of the Japanese American internees.
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