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From a three-cornered world : new and selected poems

Author: James Masao Mitsui
Publisher: Seattle : University of Washington Press, ©1997.
Series: Scott and Laurie Oki series in Asian American studies.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Masao Mitsui
ISBN: 0295975989 9780295975986
OCLC Number: 36438772
Description: xi, 98 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Destination: Tule Lake Relocation Center --
Photograph of a Child --
Picture of a Japanese Farmer --
Section Hand, Great Northern Railway --
The Morning My Father Died --
Watching Bon Odori --
Because It Is Close and My Mother Is 72 --
Shrike on Dead Tree --
Ohashi in a Shower --
Painting of a Hermitage --
Nisei: Second-Generation Japanese American --
Allowance --
When Father Came Home for Lunch --
Katori Maru --
Holding Center, Tanforan Race Track --
Block 18, Tule Lake Relocation Camp --
The Table Lamp --
Samurai --
Surrounded by Autumn --
Waterfall at Dusk --
Exhibition --
Painting by a Mental Patient --
Cape Alava --
For a Chinese Pheasant --
New Lines for Fortune Cookies --
For the Ballerina in Death Valley Junction --
Shakuhachi --
The East Watch House --
Minoru Mitsui --
Because of My Father's Job --
Wooden Flower Vase --
Visiting My Mother at Kawabe House --
After a Stranger Calls --
Letter to Tina Koyama --
In Sight of Purple Crocus --
English Teachers --
What the Math Teacher Told Jim --
Isla Mujeres: My American Sonnet, 1986 --
Letter to Ransom from Green Lake --
The World of Becoming --
Closure --
In Front of the Geoduck Display --
Paris Windows: Some Linked Bantu --
Because You Left Three Rocks --
Graffiti in a University Restroom --
Rationale --
You are Beautiful --
Christmas Poem, 1987 --
Christmas Poem for Lilly --
Southwest of Stovepipe Wells --
Tohono O'Odham Indian Cemetery --
A Birthday Poem for Lilly --
Ode to My '94 Honda Passport. From a Window of Lowell's Cafe --
Getting Ready for Grandparenthood --
My Mother Juggling Bean Bags --
Wedding Poem for Janet & Drew --
At the Tom Mix Memorial --
Mitsui in English Means "Three Wells" --
Spring Poem for the Sake of Breathing.
Series Title: Scott and Laurie Oki series in Asian American studies.
Responsibility: James Masao Mitsui.

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