Stone Voices : Wartime Writings of Japanese Canadian Issei
Independent Publishing Group, 1991 - Literary Collections - 205 pages
With the bombing of Pearl Harbor in December 1941, all persons of Japanese descent were declared enemy aliens. Their assets were seized and most of the Japanese Canadian population was relocated or sent to internment camps. 'Stone Voices' is a selection of memoirs, diaries, and letters written by four Issei, the first generation of Japanese to settle in Canada.
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The Journey Prize Stories 20: The Best of Canada's New Writers
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Foreword by Joy Kogawa
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