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One Hundred and One Ways



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Author
Yoshikawa, Mako
Descriptors
Affairs
Asian Culture
Family Relationships
Family Traditions
First Novels
Geishas
Grandmothers
Grief
Intergenerational Stories
Japanese Americans
Mothers and Daughters
Women's Fiction
Location/Setting:
New York (City)
Time Period:
20th Century
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Summary
The love stories of a young Japanese-American graduate student, her mother, and her geisha grandmother are interwoven together as the graduate student waits for the arrival of her grandmother from Japan.
Critique
Beautifully written. Wonderful characterization. Highly recommend.
ISBN
0553110993
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# of Pages
278
Published
1999
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Reviewer's Initials: DZ


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