Browse > Point-of-View > Told from perspective of an Issei couple
- Short Stories
- Grades 9-12, Adult
- Patriotism—positive side or complications, Progress—real or illusion
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Short story by Henry H. Ebihara that presents a hopeful portrait of an Issei couple a year after resettlement . Mr. Sakamoto returns on a winter night from his night shift job at a factory to find his wife waiting for him with a hot meal. They discuss their good fortune, their son in the Military Intelligence Service in Burma, and their leaving the concentration camp with their children a year earlier.