The youngest of seven children, Scoblic seems to mourn what time has erased, especially the family unit…
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Review: The Year of No Summer: A Reckoning by Rachel Lebowitz
This is not a collection of stories, essays or fairy tales, though it has elements of all three.
Review: Japanese Girl at the Siege of Changchun: How I Survived China’s Wartime Atrocity by Homare Endo
Not a day goes by that China is not mentioned on American news broadcasts or headlines. Most of these stories extol China’s economic growth, scientific innovations, or forward-looking president.
REVIEW: Threading My Prayer Rug by Sabeeha Rehman
In many ways, Sabeeha Rehman’s memoir, Threading My Prayer Rug, is an immigrant’s story of assimilation