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In the time after World War II when the Hawaiian islands were still blanketed with fields of sugar cane and pineapple, the...

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Details of Cane Fires: Short Stories

Exact title of the book
Cane Fires: Short Stories
Book author
Kaui Philpotts
Book edition
Kindle Edition
Number of pages
91 pages
ISBN (ASIN)
B07JKPDYJL
Published
October 19th 2018 by Mango Tree Publishing
File size (in PDF)
364 kB
Cane Fires: Short Stories

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In the time after World War II when the Hawaiian islands were still blanketed with fields of sugar cane and pineapple, the myriad of ethnic races living in plantation camps have only just begun to inter-marry in greater numbers. In the midst of these turbulent times on the island of Maui, a hapa-haole family struggles with their infidelities, ambitions, and passions as a child learns about betrayal, a young war bride struggles to fit into the rigid plantation system, and the past continues to haunt the present. With long-held social and political norms about to crash around them and their way of life disappear forever, the people of the Hawaiian sugar plantations struggle to preserve what matters most.