Item # 151458.

By Brian Komei Dempster.

Through this collection of poetry, Topaz explores the immediate and lingering effects of World War II prison camps on Japanese American families and on future generations. The speaker of these poems seeks to understand his identity-as son, father, and husband-as it intertwines with the past and present.

Paper: 110 pp.

Collections: Books & Media

Type: book

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