No-No Boy is a 1957 novel, the only novel published by Japanese American writer John Okada. Set in Seattle, Washington in 1946 and written in the voice of an omniscient narrator who frequently blends into the voice of the protagonist, it is about one Japanese American in the aftermath of the incarceration during World War II.
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