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Tastes Like War
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[United States] : The Feminist Press at CUNY, 2021.
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Grace M. Cho grew up as the daughter of a white American merchant marine and the Korean bar hostess, he met abroad. They were one of few immigrants in a xenophobic small town, an identity politicized by everyday details-language, references, memories, and food. When Grace was fifteen, her dynamic mother experienced the onset of schizophrenia, a condition that would continue and evolve for the rest of her life. Part food memoir, part sociological investigation, Tastes Like War is a hybrid text about a daughter's search through intimate and global history for the roots of her mother's schizophrenia. In her mother's final years, Grace learned to cook dishes from her parent's childhood in order to invite the past into the present, and to hold space for her mother's multiple voices at the table. And through, careful listening over these shared meals, Grace discovered not only the things that broke the brilliant, complicated woman who raised her, but also the things that kept her alive.

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Grace M. Cho grew up as the daughter of a white American merchant marine and the Korean bar hostess, he met abroad. They were one of few immigrants in a xenophobic small town, an identity politicized by everyday details-language, references, memories, and food. When Grace was fifteen, her dynamic mother experienced the onset of schizophrenia, a condition that would continue and evolve for the rest of her life. Part food memoir, part sociological investigation, Tastes Like War is a hybrid text about a daughter's search through intimate and global history for the roots of her mother's schizophrenia. In her mother's final years, Grace learned to cook dishes from her parent's childhood in order to invite the past into the present, and to hold space for her mother's multiple voices at the table. And through, careful listening over these shared meals, Grace discovered not only the things that broke the brilliant, complicated woman who raised her, but also the things that kept her alive.
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Cho, G. M. (2021). Tastes Like War. [United States], The Feminist Press at CUNY.

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Cho, Grace M.. 2021. Tastes Like War. [United States], The Feminist Press at CUNY.

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Cho, Grace M., Tastes Like War. [United States], The Feminist Press at CUNY, 2021.

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Cho, Grace M.. Tastes Like War. [United States], The Feminist Press at CUNY, 2021.

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