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Garrett Hongo
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The Floating World (1989) is a novel by Cynthia Kadohata. Set during World War II, it tells the adventures of a Japanese American family in search of a home.

The Open Boat: Poems from Asian America (1993) is a book of poetry edited by Hongo. It features the work of dozens of Asian American poets and an introduction by Hongo that details the development of Asian American poetry.

Volcano: A Memoir of Hawai'i (1995), an autobiographical work by Hongo, is a detailed and beautifully written account of the people and places that have touched the poet's imagination.

The Woman Warrior (1976) is Maxine Hong Kingston's autobiographical collection of stories about growing up Chinese in America. This book is a classic of Asian American literature.

Yellow Light (1982), Hongo's first book of poetry, introduces Hongo's perspective on the Asian American experience and his rich poetic style...

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