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No-no boy

Author: John Okada; Ruth Ozeki; Lawson Fusao Inada; Frank Chin
Publisher: Seattle : University of Washington Press, [2014] ©2014 ©1976
Series: Classics of Asian American literature.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : English : 2014 editionView all editions and formats
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.

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Historical fiction
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Okada, John.
No-no boy.
Seattle : University of Washington Press, 2014
(DLC) 2014009214
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Okada; Ruth Ozeki; Lawson Fusao Inada; Frank Chin
ISBN: 9780295806006 0295806001
OCLC Number: 936117021
Notes: "Original cloth editions published by Charles E. Tuttle, Rutherford, Vermont, and Tokyo, Japan, 1957. First paperback edition published by the Combined Asian American Resources Project, Inc., Seattle and San Francisco, 1976"--Title page verso
Description: 1 online resource (xxvii, 232 pages)
Contents: Foreword / Ruth OzekiIntroduction / Lawrence Fusao InadaPrefaceNo-No BoyAfterword: In Search of John Okada / Frank Chin
Series Title: Classics of Asian American literature.
Other Titles: Nono boy
Responsibility: John Okada ; with a new foreword by Ruth Ozeki ; introduction by Lawson Fusao Inada ; afterword by Frank Chin.


Yamada answered "no" twice in a compulsory government questionnaire as to whether he would serve in the armed forces and swear loyalty to the United States. This book tells the story of Ichiro  Read more...


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Asian American readers will appreciate the sensitivity and integrity with which the late John Okada wrote about his own group. He heralded the beginning of an authentic Japanese American literature. Read more...

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