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Novelist Julie Otsuka spent years researching the stories of Japanese immigrants in early 20th-century America for her slim yet powerful book The Buddha in the Attic. Cancers will. will have their.

Julie Otsuka is the author of two novels, When the Emperor Was Divine and The Buddha in the Attic, the latter of which was recently. Narrated in the first-person plural, the book’s eight chapters.

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Master theories—of self-help or anything else—don’t really answer questions like that. This is pretty much the oldest kind of dualism in the book: your sacred soul against your mortal flesh. You.

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A lot of people had additional questions. old book I was reading. But yeah, I’m in the same club everyone else is. We all have crappy people to deal with. These are the best approaches for dealing.

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Read "The Buddha in the Attic" and join us, The Thursday Afternoon Book Club, for a lively discussion. The Thursday Afternoon Book Club is one of five monthly book clubs at the Carlsbad Library and.

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