Mine okubo was one of more than a hundred thousand people of japanese descent nearly two thirds of whom were american citizens who were forced into protective custody shortly after the bombing of pearl harbor citizen 13660 okubos illustrated memoir of life in relocation centers in . Christine hong is the author of citizen 13660 397 avg rating 736 ratings 109 reviews published 1946 mine okubo christine hong introduction. The writer of citizen 13660 english literature essay authors name professors name course title citizen 13660 mine okubo the writer of citizen 13660 is widely known as an impressive illustrator who uses symbolic reflections and deeply meaningful images to depict the real situation in a rather fictitious scenario. Citizen 13660 published in 1946 immediately following the war became a sensation immediately as it provided readers with an inside look into life in japanese internment camps nash this book went on to win the american book award in 1984 and was republished several times most recently in 2014 okubos art career did not end there however. Citizen 13660 by min okubo and a great selection of related books citizen 13660 min okubo published by university of washington press isbn 10 it was re issued with a new introduction by the author illustrator this copy is the third printing of that issue dating to 1991 and may perhaps be a bit fresher than some copies on
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