Thursday, July 30, 2009

Color Online Quiz: Literature & Women Studies

Quiz #58
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I wasn't really totally American and I wasn't totally Japanese. I was mixture of the two, and I could never be anything else. ~Yoshiko Uchida

November 24, 1921- June 21, 1992
Asian American writer

Native Californian. Mother was a poet and her father was a businessman. Her first book was published in 1949 while she was teaching at Frankford Friends School. Who is she?

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8 comments:

Ali said...

I have no idea who that is, but I'd bet many Americans can relate to it! Looking forward to seeing the answer.

jama said...

Yoshiko Uchida!

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Color Online said...

DING!!!DING!!!DING!!!

Thanks, Jama.

Sandra said...

Congratulations jama. You sure answered quickly on that one. This author is new to me.

jama said...

I haven't read any of her books in awhile, but she was one of the first Asian American writers I read when I first started writing for children. There were so few then, more now . . .

JBH said...

Wow - i didn't realize she was teaching at Frankford Friends! Neat!

deped teacher said...

Can you give us some clue?

Color Online said...

Deped,

This has been answered. She is Yoshiko Uchida. After a quiz is answered, I update the post which you can see above.

Are you reading only partial post through a reader?