The Hawk’s Well: A Collection of Japanese American Art and Literature
Each civilization left an ’art connection’ that has spanned continents and given root to an entirely different but traceable aesthetic. The Japanese born in the Pacific Basin have tooled an expanding self-awareness that represents a cultural war between the ’converted’ values of four generations of Japanese in America and the ubiquitous world of the West. The result has largely been a dialectic between those who create to express a sensibility that is in gauge and essence, Japanese, and those who create to express a sensibility that remains relatively uneffected by their ’Asianess’.
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