The Invisible Thread
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The Invisible Thread is an autobiography written by Yoshiko Uchida. The book is a memoir of her childhood during World War II. It especially tells of her internment across America. It is typical of Yoshiko Uchida's writing, as she describes being Japanese American, and wishing she looked like her white American friends. It talks about how she had to go to camp because people confused Japanese Americans with the enemy because of the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
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