Feb 21, 2019

China Pop by Jianying Zha

The China Pop is a book written by Jianying Zha that exhibits how tabloids, soap operas, and bestsellers have had a great impact on the transformation of culture. Despite the West perception that China is a tyrannical communist system...

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Feb 21, 2019

"Once Upon a Time" Short Story

Nadine Gordimer’s Once Upon a Time reflects the theme that fear is paralyzing, and it sometimes drives us toward the very reason we are afraid in the first place. Gordimer’s cautionary tale also underscores the importance of facing our fears by...

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Feb 21, 2019

"American Immigration" by Maldwyn Allen Jones

The book American Immigration by Maldwyn Allen Jones is a masterpiece of historical books that gives an in-depth scrutiny of the history of American immigration. The book unveils that certainly, the immigration in America was a...

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Feb 21, 2019

A Framework for Immigration: Asians in the United States

The authors’ purpose for writing this book is to increase readers' understanding of the Asian American experience as well as make them acknowledge that the background of the Asian American was formed not only by immigrants and their...

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Feb 22, 2019

A Ghetto Takes Shape

A Ghetto Takes Shape by Kenneth Kusmer is a book that pays special attention to the historical experiences of the African American population in Cleveland. In the book, the author provides an extensive framework for comparison between...

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Feb 22, 2019

Sorrel King's Book Review

Sorrel King and her book Josie’s Story is about a young woman and a mother of four, and her 18 years old daughter, who was badly scalded by a wrong water...

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