286 pages ; 22 cm
"More like a tapestry than a traditional novel, The Book of Kane and Margaret by Kiik Araki-Kawaguchi blends magical elements with stories based on the oral narratives of the author's grandparents and their experiences during the 1940s at the Tulare Assembly Center and the Gila River War Relocation Center, two WWII relocation camps in Arizona. The author's technique gives the novel the effect of working through accretion, collecting one-breath fictions and conversations with recurring names, voices, and themes that explore a carceral setting"-- Provided by publisher.
Book of Kane & Margaret
Online version: Araki-Kawaguchi, Kiik, 1983- The book of Kane and Margaret Tuscaloosa : FC2,  9781573668866 (DLC) 2019038785
9781573668866 electronic book