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    Hana and Taro are very different in many ways, but they come to respect and admire each other's strengths. One of the initial obstacles that stands between the two is Taro's age; Hana is...

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    The challenges that Hana faces in the first year of living in California represent the fundamental difficulties in being a "picture bride." Her response to it displays the ends to which she will...

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    The climactic moment of this story comes in the final chapters when we see the fate of Taro in the internment camp where he is located. Taro is shown to be very depressed as he has had his entire...

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    She ran away from her parents , and took her white boyfriend with her. She moved to Nevada. She didn't want to come back even when Hana asked her to when there was a war between America and Japan. (:

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    There are a number of themes in this book, but to me, the main theme is the idea that hopes are often raised, only to be dashed. I think that this is one reason for giving the book the title it...

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    At the beginning of this book, Hana Omiya takes a voyage on a ship from Japan to America. She is going to become the "picture bride" of Taro Takeda, a man she has never met. Because she does not...

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    At the very start of the book, Hana Omiya is on a ship on her way to the United States. She is going there as a picture bride to marry Taro Takeda, who she has never met. The only thing that we...

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    We cannot write essays for you, but I can give you some ideas -- I hope they will help. I would say that the insiders in American society (as shown in this book, at least) are the white people or,...

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    What's going on here is that Hana wants to help Kenji Nishima get his physical and mental health back. Kenji is a seminary student who has just taken responsibility for his boss stealing money from...

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    Pearl Harbor is attacked by the Japanese in December 1941 because they wanted to destroy the American naval fleet in the Pacific. They believed that if they did that, the US would not be able to...

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    Are you referring to the young seminary student? if so, you mean Kenji Nishima, who by the end of the story becomes pastor of his church, despite quite a lot of disillusionment along the way: Some...

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    I have used the following study guide and quiz in the past with my students. I hope that you find this helpful. Do you have any specific questions in regards to this novel?

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    Picture Bride deals primarily with the motifs of cultural isolation and, eventually, attempted assimilation. Hana's isolation from Japanese culture is exemplified in differences such as clothing,...

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    One of the major themes of the novel the the clash between cultures that Hana experiences while she is adjusting to life in the United States. Everything she learned from her Japanese upbringing is...

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    Hana will be going to Oakland, California to marry Taro Takeda, a man she has never met. This is an arranged marriage that was popular in the early 1900s. When she arrives, she finds that Taro is...

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