Gently to Nagasaki
Publisher: Caitlin Press, Canada
Year Published: 2016
Pages: 216pp ISBN: 978-987915-15-0
Library of Congress Number: PS8521.O44Z46 2016 Dewey: C813'.54
An exploration both communal and intensely personal, Gently to Nagasaki is a spiritual pilgrimage. Set against the backdrops of Vancouver, Toronto, the Slocan and Caoldate Valleys, the streets of Nagasaki and the high mountains of Shikoku, Japan, this book from Joy Kogawa is also an account of a remarkable life.
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