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Published: 03.05.2003.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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The first book I read for this assignment was The River Ki by Sawako Ariyoshi. This book is the one I like the most thus far in our reading for this class. The book explicitly described the life of three generations of people within one family. It was really interesting to see how the world changed around them and this caused the different generations to think differently as well. The people's thoughts and ideas change throughout the different generations but their need of family and their support for their family remains constant throughout the generations.
The title of this book plays a very important role. The River Ki is a river that the family lives near. Throughout the book the family makes many references to the River Ki. This river is very important to them and they believe certain myths about the river. Sawako Ariyoshi writes, "The River Ki flows from east to west...she will have to travel from west to east against the flow of the river. Brides from families along the Ki must never travel upstream. (p. 13)" Toyono knows that the River Ki flows from east to west and she believes that this direction of flow is important in their life. …

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