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What was Jeanne's double impulse?
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Jeanne's double impulse (Farewell to Manzanar) is to be accepted and to be invisible. She wants to be a part of the crowd, like everyone else, to disappear and be accepted. There's also this pull to remain true to her culture, and to accept and assimilate into the larger American culture, too. 

MHood2 | 608 days ago