At first she doesn't know anything about her Chinese culture, or her family's personal history, and she doesn't want to know. She associates herself with being strictly American.
She has a head full of frizzy, gray curls, wears rimless glasses at the end of her nose, and always wears sweaters, even in the summer.
An old musician with dark skin that shines like gold, he walks around in army fatigues and a flannel shirt.
Casey's family consider him a hotshot lawyer more concerned with money and appearances than the well being of his family.
She has curly hair, wears frilly pink nightgowns, and speaks in an affected, soft whisper, the way she imagines a little girl might speak.
Casey refers to her as the hedgehog after she sees her cousin with a head full of hair curlers. Typically, she wears a...
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