A Farewell to Manazanar, written by Jeanne Wakatsuki and James Houston begins in a pre-war United States when racial tension between Caucasian Americans and there Japanese counter parts was at a relative low. The story itself is about Jeanne Wakatsuki and her family and the hardships they had to contend with during and after the Second World War. Her parents are first generation Japanese immigrants who have emigrated from Hiroshima, Japan to the United States.
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get much closer to patriot dedicated to the ideals of "her" founding fathers and a nation she called home. This moment in her story highlighted the theme she emphazied. Its their country just as much as it is a white mans and no one can take that away from them. Even when the eyes of a nation were upon them they never gave up till victory was in their grasp and their triumph was clear.