Official Review: Best Evidence by Mark S. Osaki

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Re: Official Review: Best Evidence by Mark S. Osaki

Post by Fozia-Bajwa » 10 Oct 2018, 11:49

This is a book you have chosen named Best Evidence by Mark S.Osaki. I have read your review. Asian American stereotypes have been explained well in detail in your review.

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Post by gen_g » 10 Oct 2018, 22:18

Fozia-Bajwa wrote:
10 Oct 2018, 11:49
This is a book you have chosen named Best Evidence by Mark S.Osaki. I have read your review. Asian American stereotypes have been explained well in detail in your review.
Thanks for stopping by.

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Post by Kajori50 » 15 Oct 2018, 04:57

I was first drawn into the world of prose poetry by T.S. Eliot. Since then, I have always liked reading them. This book seems to represent the clash of cultural identities in an apt manner. However, I am not too keen about the negative representation of women.

Thank you for the amazing review.

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Post by gen_g » 20 Oct 2018, 04:44

Kajori50 wrote:
15 Oct 2018, 04:57
I was first drawn into the world of prose poetry by T.S. Eliot. Since then, I have always liked reading them. This book seems to represent the clash of cultural identities in an apt manner. However, I am not too keen about the negative representation of women.

Thank you for the amazing review.
Thank you for stopping by, I appreciate it!

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Post by Sahar Majid » 04 Nov 2018, 03:31

This book sounds very interesting but unfortunately the disparaging of women really put me off. Nonetheless, I might still give it a try, especially if it seems this flaw was unintentional. I love your analysis of the book and the author himself. Thank you for the honest review!

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Post by gen_g » 04 Nov 2018, 10:21

Sahar Majid wrote:
04 Nov 2018, 03:31
This book sounds very interesting but unfortunately the disparaging of women really put me off. Nonetheless, I might still give it a try, especially if it seems this flaw was unintentional. I love your analysis of the book and the author himself. Thank you for the honest review!
Thank you for the compliment! If you decide to pick it up, I certainly hope that you will enjoy it as much as I did. Thank you for stopping by, I really do appreciate it!

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