Table of contents for David Guterson's Snow falling on cedars / edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.


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Introduction
Biographical Sketch
The Story Behind the Story 
List of Characters 
Summary and Analysis 
Critical Views
	Michael Harris on Multiple Layers and Ethics 
	Pico Iyer on the Clashing of Cultures 
	Susan Kenney on the Role of Memory 
	Carol Herman on the Courtroom Structure 
	Nancy Pate on Community and Justice 
	Lucy Hughes-Hallett on the Role of Race and Racism 
	Jane Mendelsohn on Hatsue?s Character 
	Suzanne Mantell on the Publishing History 
	Judith Bromberg on Guterson?s Use of Memory
	James Meredith on History and the Fictional Home Front 
	Tom Deignan on the Presence of Hemingway and World War II in Guterson?s Novels
	Jay Carr on the Cinematic Adaptation 
 
Works by David Guterson
Annotated Bibliography 
Contributors
Acknowledgments 




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Guterson, David, Snow falling on cedars, Washington (State) In literature, Japanese Americans in literature, Trials (Murder) in literature