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Famous Suicides of the Japanese Empire

by David Mura

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Loved it, all families have their secrets and like most - those who don't know their histories are doomed to repeat them. ( )
  viviennestrauss | Aug 15, 2014 |
Kind of sad and bitter. The issues of racial identity seem a bit over the top. But interesting to get a Japanese American perspective. ( )
  yarkan | Jul 18, 2011 |
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Ben Ohara, the sole survivor in his family, attempts to come to terms with his father's politically motivated suicide, the death of his mother, and his brother's disappearance in the Mohave Desert; and seeks forgiveness while revisiting memories tied to Chicago streets, monster movies, family tragedy, and Japanese folk tales.… (more)

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