Punjabi (Short Story)

Punjabi (Short Story)In This Groundbreaking Historical Short Story, David Joseph Brings To Light One Of The Most Shameful Incidents In American History The Bellingham Riots That, As The Papers Read, Wiped The Punjabi Off The Map The Story Reveals The Plight Of Sikh And Japanese In The US Who Fought Discrimination And Established A Proud Legacy In The History Of A Country That Is Truly A Melting Pot The Story Opens Up With A Fifteen Year Old Boy And A Young Japanese Couple That Flee Bellingham To Escape The Violence Punjabi Is A Signature David Joseph Story That Begins With Tragedy And Ends With The Reader In Tears Of Joy Using Notes From A Conversation With An Elderly Punjabi Man, David Joseph Met In A Caf In West Virginia, And Notes From Interviewing Elderly Japanese, David Joseph Considers It An Obligation To The Sikh And Japanese To Write This Story

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[BOOKS] ✪ Punjabi (Short Story) ✴ David Joseph – Bluevapours.co.uk
  • Kindle Edition
  • 19 pages
  • Punjabi (Short Story)
  • David Joseph
  • English
  • 11 January 2018

10 thoughts on “Punjabi (Short Story)

  1. The Secret says:

    A sweet and touching taleDhann is a character who will stay with you after reading his story I loved the insight into the troubles faced by migrants and it really helped me to understand some of what my ancestors would have gone through A great mix of comedy and heart I also loved the pace of the story.

  2. Kelsey Drake says:

    Wonderful Story A tale of early immigration to America and the struggles of those early settlers Lovely story, serves to restore one s faith in humanity I ll be readingfrom this author

  3. Ancita says:

    This book brought to light the shameful incident of anti South Asian riots of Bellingham in 1907 I did not know that Punjabis had settled across the West Coast of USA as early as at the turn of 20th century It puts forth the undying spirit of Punjabi ism through the eyes of its protagonist The book ends far too soon Nonetheless, the spirit in which it has been written and the meaning has been conveyed, makes up for a good read.

  4. Sukhdeep Singh says:

    hello yaar koi help kro, Mere ton a book open ni ho rhi

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