Her Father's Daughter

Her Father's Daughter

eBook - 2015
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While Gene Stratton-Porter is known best for her portrayals of nature (such as in The Girl of the Limberlost), Her Father's Daughter is a fascinating look at anti-Asian bias. In this novel, a young woman struggles to find her place in society in a story that is overwhelmed by white supremacist rhetoric. Set in California during the 1920s, this book makes an excellent launching point for a discussion of historical racism and how a community's views can change over time.
Publisher: Tustin, CA : Xist Publishing, 2015.
ISBN: 9781681950112
Characteristics: 1 online resource.


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