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Published by University of North Carolina Press in Chapel Hill .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Terasaki, Hidenari, -- 1900-1950?,
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives.,
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Japan

Book details:

The Physical Object
Paginationix, 260 p.
Number of Pages260
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16664579M

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  Bridge To The Sun. (69)h 52minNR. While staying in Washington, D.C., Tennessee-born Gwen Harold falls in love with and marries Japanese diplomat Hidenari (Terry) Terasaki, despite the objections from her family. Rentals include 30 days to start watching this video and 48 hours to finish once : Romance. Bridge to the Sun is the story of Gwen’s marriage and life with the Japanese diplomat, Hidenari “Terry” Terasaki, and a testament to the enduring bonds of love and family during a time of global war. When a Japanese language edition of Bridge to the Sun was published in Tokyo in , Gwen embarked on an extensive tour. Bridge to the Sun is a beautiful, tender, and moving love story-the true report of an international and interracial marriage of a Japanese diplomat and an American girl from the mountains of Tennessee. They were married in , just as tension between their two countries was mounting, and their constant dream was of a “rainbow across the /5(68). Her mother’s book, Bridge to the Sun, which recounts the family’s experiences before, during and after the war, was published in , and made into a film that premiered in Johnson City in Bridge was followed in by Mariko, a biography of Mrs. .

Bridge to the Sun was made into a movie by MGM in , starring Carol Baker as Gwen Terasaki and James Shigeta as Hidenari Terasaki. In this video, Robert Osborne and Dr. Peter Feng introduce the film when it was aired by Turner Classic Movies as part of its “Race & Hollywood: Asian Images in Film” festival in June   Bridge to the Sun () Based on a true story, this compelling drama relates the difficulties of a young woman married to a Japanese diplomat during World War II, victim of suspicion and animosity from her husband's government/10(). National Book Award Finalist Non-Fiction () * Washington Post Non-Fiction Book of the Year () * New York Times Bestseller. Bridge to the Sun is a beautiful, tender, and moving love story-the true report of an international and interracial marriage of a an American girl from the mountains of Tennessee and a Japanese diplomat/5(70). Bridge to the Sun is a film, directed by Etienne Périer, starring Carroll Baker, James Shigeta, James Yagi, Tetsurō Tamba, and Sean Garrison. It is based on the autobiography Bridge To The Sun by Gwen Terasaki, which detailed events in Gwen's life and by: Georges Auric.