Generation Gap: (English version)

Taketombo Books

An 18-year-old German girl receives a letter from a childhood friend
inviting her to Japan. She decides to go for it and buys herself a
one-way ticket.

Ishikawa’s characters reveal the three conflicting and complementary
cultural, linguistic and ideological realities that she grew up with.

The narrative also sheds light on how premature contact with cultural
diversity can bring about a generation gap in the heart of a family. 
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Taketombo Books
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Feb 1, 2014
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