|注意：||Reprint. Originally published: Seattle : Combined Asian American Resources Project, 1977.|
|描述：||xi, 260 pages ; 22 cm|
|责任：||by John Okada.|
In the aftermath of World War II, Ichiro, a Japanese American, returns home to Seattle to make a new start after two years in an internment camp and two years in prison for refusing to be drafted.
Washington Reads (Winter 2006) Selection
评论者是 WashingtonStateLibrary (公布的WorldCat用户 2006-02-10)
Ichiro, the main character, is rejected as Japanese and American after his refusal to fight in World War II and his subsequent imprisonment. It is painful to read of his struggle with his family, former friends, and strangers. This is a powerful book about Japanese-American life post-World War II.For...