Blogher Book Club Review - How to Be An American Housewife
By Last Mom On Earth on October 08, 2011
How To Be An American Housewife by Margaret Dilloway is a charming mother-daughter story about connecting with one another through exploring family culture and history. It follows the life of a Japanese-American housewife, Shoko, who disgraces her family by falling in love with the wrong man. In an attempt to right her wrongs, she marries an American soldier and moves to the US. In the process she estranges herself from her family and tries, despite her quirky, determined nature to adopt an "American" way of living.
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