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by Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston, James D. Houston

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1. What does Jeanne imagine hatred looks like? A. Heavy Stone B. A dark cloud C. A puff of smoke D. A dense fog

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In the story, Jeanne imagines that hatred looks like a "dark, amorphous cloud" that will descend and enclose her family forever. This frightening imagery describes how Jeanne feels about her family's journey back west. Essentially, no one in Jeanne's Japanese American community is thrilled with the idea of returning west.

To facilitate her family's move, Jeanne's father purchases a car. In chapter 19, we are told that Jeanne's father has to make three trips to finish relocating the entire family from Owens Valley to Long Beach.

Certainly, the relocation process is an arduous one....

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