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How to Make a Life: A Tibetan Refugee Family and the Midwestern Woman They Adopted

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240 pages, 29 b&w and color photos, 5 ½ x 8 ½
ISBN: 978-0-87020-855-3

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By Madeline Uraneck

An evocative blend of immersion journalism and memoir, How to Make a Life shares the immigration story of a Tibetan refugee family who crossed real and cultural bridges to make a life in Madison, Wisconsin, with the assistance of the Midwestern woman they befriended. From tales of escaping Tibet over the Himalayas, to striking a balance between old traditions with new, to bridging divides one friendly gesture at a time, readers will expand their understanding of family, culture, and belonging.

By Madeline Uraneck

An evocative blend of immersion journalism and memoir, How to Make a Life shares the immigration story of a Tibetan refugee family who crossed real and cultural bridges to make a life in Madison, Wisconsin, with the assistance of the Midwestern woman they befriended. From tales of escaping Tibet over the Himalayas, to striking a balance between old traditions with new, to bridging divides one friendly gesture at a time, readers will expand their understanding of family, culture, and belonging.

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PublisherWisconsin Historical Society Press
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978-0-87020-855-3

Publication Year2018
Page Count256
Illustrations
Format/BindingPaperback
Trim Size5.5 x 8.5 inches
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Products specifications
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PublisherWisconsin Historical Society Press
ISBN Number

978-0-87020-855-3

Publication Year2018
Page Count256
Illustrations
Format/BindingPaperback
Trim Size5.5 x 8.5 inches
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