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Inhaltsangabe: "Money is the only thing that doesn't discriminate. It can even buy political influence. If money can't make you happy, nothing every will," Eugene declares to his children. Jayson Lee takes us back to 1903, when a young couple embarks on a dangerous and lonely journey from their homeland to Hawaii sugar plantations, from California farms to railroad construction sites and from coal mines in Wyoming to a small farming town in Utah. They journey through countless hurdles and ordeals: poverty, racism, the Great Depression and WWII. Their children, who were born in America, face their own problems: racism from mainstream America and their identity crisis. This historical novel is filled with love, hate, reconciliation, broken American dreams, human sorrows and triumphs. Indeed, this is a story of human struggles common to all immigrants who came to America in the early part of the twentieth century. Even in the harshest times, the couple continues sowing fragile human hopes and dreams for themselves and their children. And they soar high through the thick clouds of human crisis and tragedy to look for sunny days.
From the Author: This untold history, hidden in the glorious and ragged garment of US immigration history against Asians and other minorities in America, is filled with racism, contradictions, indomitable human spirit, hopes and troumphs.
Buchbeschreibung Heritage Library Press, 2006. Softcover. Buchzustand: Very Good. First Edition. "review copy" inked on title page, couple bubbles to the laminate along spine, top spine lightly bumped; 462 pages. Buchnummer des Verkäufers Q1097
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