Kneeling on Rice: Stories
A collection of character studies. In the title story, two widows of the same man contemplate being evicted by their mother-in-law. In The Skinner Box, a professor is torn between a white woman and a Chinese one, and in Generations, a woman dying of cancer sends her daughter to spy on her father. A debut.
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