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The Truth about Death and Dying


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- Yasu was simply crazy. But no crazier than the rest of the war.- Rui Umezawa's first novel weaves in and out of the lives of three generations of the Hayakawa family, starting during World War II in Japan and ending in present-day Toronto. The story is tragic, hilarious, lyrical and universal, tracing the legacy of war and the past on one family's fortunes and memories. Film director Atom Egoyan says: -This ambitious debut creates a dense world of overlapping events -- from the smallest details of domestic life to the ...

The Truth about Death and Dying 2003, Anchor Canada

ISBN-13: 9780385659093

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The Truth about Death and Dying 2002, Doubleday Canada

ISBN-13: 9780385659086