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- The book is told from Jeanne?s own experiences in her own town, how her peers at school treated her, and what it was like being uprooted from their home and being put into the Japanese internment camp of Manzanar. The book with the news of Pearl Harbor, and the reactions from the Wakatsuki family.
- Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston and James D. Houston’s novel, Farewell to Manzanar ,discusses the internment of Japanese-American people in a relocation camp from 1943-1945. The autobiographical work reveals, through the eyes of a Japanese American teenage girl, her inner struggle with her identity as a person of the Japanese race living in California during World War II.
- , 198 , p.148). As the Japanese people were being removed from the West Coast, it was obvious that some economic loss would occur.
- Farewell to Manzanar Research Paper Farewell to Manzanar, by Jeanne Wakatuski Houston, is a book about the author s personal experience before, during, and after her internment at Manzanar. This research paper will provide a brief description of the publication of the book, a brief synopsis of the novel, and give a critical evaluation of the novel.
- In the novel Farewell to Manzanar, Jeanne tells the whole story through her own eyes as she saw it. She is a Japanese American who was born in the states and happens to be the main character and author of this novel. Her father, Ko, had fled from Japan to restore his families lost honor by making a fortune in America.
- The move to the internment camps was a difficult journey for many Japanese-Americans. Many of them were taken from their homes and were allowed only to bring a few belongings. Okubo colorfully illustrates the dramatic adjustment of lifestyle that Japanese-Americans had to make during the war.
- Another more extreme example that Houston illustrates would be the case of the Japanese-Americans who were thrown into detention camps during the war. Their loyalty for the country was questioned and they had to leave many of their possessions behind because of their nationality and the hatred of the enemy during the war ( -11 ).
- Way back when during World War II the United States grew conflicts with many other nations. One of those conflicts was with Japan. The Americans discriminated against the Japanese because of the fact that they bombed Pearl Harbor. When we discriminated against them we called them names and did not include them into our life.
- The book Farewell to Manzanar is a book about Japanese concentration camps in the US. The book tells the story of one girl and her family in a place called Manzanar and the conditions they had to fight through. The family goes through changes and fight throughout them together as a team.