... going or how long they would be gone or who would look after the house while they were away. She knew only that tomorrow they had to go. There were things they could take with them: bedding and linen, forks, spoons, plates, bowls, cups, clothes. These... When the Emperor Was Divine - Page 9by Julie Otsuka - 2007 - 160 pagesLimited preview
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Carol Shields, John Kulka, Natalie Danford - Fiction - 1998 - 400 pages
...forks, spoons, plates, bowls, cups, clothes. These were the words she had written down on the back of the bank receipt. Pets were not allowed. That was...what the sign had said. It was late April. It was the fourth week of the fifth month of the war and Mrs. Hayashi, who did not always follow the rules, followed...