201 pages, 5 3/20 x 8 4/25
Release Date:01 Apr 2014

Yokohama, California

By Toshio Mori; Foreword by Xiaojing Zhou
University of Washington Press

Yokohama, California, originally published in 1949, is the
first published collection of short stories by a Japanese American. Set
in the fictional community of Yokohama, California, Toshio Mori's
work is alive with the people, gossip, humor, and legends of Japanese
America in the late 1930s and early 1940s.

RELATED TOPICS: Asian Diaspora, Fiction & Poetry
Toshio Mori was interned with his family at is Topaz
War Relocation Center in Utah during the Second World War. He is the
author of Yokohama, California (1949), The Chauvinist and
Other Stories (1979), and The Woman from Hiroshima
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