Tokyo to Tijuana: Gabriele Departing America
by Steven Sills
Publisher: Project Gutenberg 2004
This novel contrasts a silent and overt rebellion. Sang Huin is a Korean American teaching English in Seoul, struggling to exist and understand the language of a culture that seems surreal to him, and yearning for family and his creation, Gabriele, is a caucasian American living in an Ithaca New York trailer park who is unsuited for motherhood and domestic life in her intellectual pursuits...
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