Book Review: How to be an American Housewife
By Shirebacon on October 08, 2011
Have you ever read a book that you just know you will read over and over again? Yeah, me too. I read a lot of books and every once in a while, I come across on of those books that I enjoy so much I know that I will read it multiple times. How to be an American Housewife is one of those books.
The author, Margaret Dilloway, writes a beautiful story of Shoko, a young woman in Japan at the end of World War II. She marries a GI, much to her brother’s displeasure. She moves to the United States, raises a family and spends decades as an American Housewife.
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