What is a summary of The Invisible Thread?

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Yoshiko Uchida writes an autobiographical account of her experiences in America before and after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. The reader gets a glimpse of America's treatment of and discrimination toward Japanese American families as they are forced to relocate to internment camps during World War II. Many Japanese families who have immigrated to the United States have made an idyllic life in California. Like others at the same time, Uchida's family are trying to balance their heritage and traditions with Western culture. Uchida and her family have their lives uprooted and taken away from them once they are deemed and treated like...

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