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Three Questions to Characters in "Farewell to Manzanar"

Summary: Essay consists of three questions I would ask to characters in "Farewell to Manzanar" by Jeanne W. Houston.
If I were to ask three questions to people from the book Farewell to Manzanar, they would be:

Question #1) To Jeanne:

Jeanne, looking back on all of this now, how do you feel about it all? Do you feel that this was the right thing for the United States government to do and have no hard feelings, or do you despise them for it? Do you hold a grudge toward the US for what they did"

I would ask Jeanne this question because it seems throughout the book we get many different opinions and views on what they believe, but Jeanne never really speaks out, and I believe that since this event impacted her the most because she grew up and was raised much in Manzanar, that she should tell us her opinion.

Question #2) To Papa:

Ko, you were sent to Manzanar much earlier than some of the...

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