Mako Yoshikawa has studied at Columbia University and Oxford. She has been the Vera M. Schuyler Fellow of Creative Writing at the Bunting Institute at Harvard University, and she is a doctoral candidate in English literature at the University of Michigan. Her great-grandmother was a geisha.
Format: Trade Paperback, 288 pages
Publisher: Bantam On Sale: May 2, 2000 Price: $13.00
Lyrical, haunting, and evocative, One Hundred and One Ways is the tale of a young Japanese-American woman whose past and future are colliding. Taskehashi is a woman torn between two men and two cultures, who turns for answers to her Japanese grandmother, Yukiko, once a famous geisha.
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