Books Like Mrs. Spring Fragrance by Edith Maude Eaton | Suggested Reading

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Leaves from the Mental Portfolio of an Eurasian (1909) by Sui Sin Far is the author's memoir of growing up in Canada and the United States as a half-Chinese and half-British woman.

Mrs. Spring Fragrance and Other Writings (1995) edited by Amy Ling and Annette White-Parks. The most comprehensive collection of Sui Sin Far's written works, including her early newspaper articles, to date.

Tama by Onoto Watanna. A romance about an American professor who travels to the Japanese countryside and meets Tama, a half-Japanese, half-American woman who is blind. Tama has been rejected by the people of her village for her odd appearance and is considered an evil "fox-woman" until the American professor teaches them otherwise.

Asian Americans: An Interpretive History (1991) by Sucheng Chan. A historical account of how Asian immigrants in the United States were really treated. Chan brings to the...

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