Hong Choi landed in Seattle in 1968, a poor, young Korean man who came to town with only seventy dollars and ambition in his pocket.
Davis goes on to assert that, in keeping with the tradition of Nommo, black women blues artists historically have shaped and interpreted a female blues subject who yearns
Despite her sexual bravado, Nicole still occasionally yearns
for the touch of a man and she surreptitiously coaxes her ex-lover back into her life.
As we have seen, "humanity" as a category has been, if not completely discredited by feminists, under suspicion for a long time; Haraway yearns
, however, to find a place for it in a revamped feminist theory.
In "Salt," Steven Heathcote yearns
for a spiritual connection with the earth.
If he views the world through a filter of intense anxiety, Orth does so with dogged persistence, flashes of lucidity, and even eloquence, rendering the internal contradictions he yearns
to resolve as palpable as his peculiar imaginings are provocative.
above all to return home to continue her parents' legacy; there is a promising romance that develops between her and a young man in Elizabeth's entourage, and plenty of action involving spies, chases, subterfuges, confrontations, and heroism.
It is instead the honest expression of a former soldier as he recalls familial tales, and yearns
to see the people he never took notice of during the war years.
Rosie is 15, comes from a line of women named for flowers, and yearns
for a "juicy life.
Told in the alternating voices of the young girl who yearns
to become a woman and the soldier who until this moment has dedicated himself to the code of the Samurai, the narrative recounts the sexual experiences of the lovers that lead up to the moment they meet, and then recounts the tragic aftermath.
His journal recordings come through as sincere because John yearns
to do the right thing, and the grownups in his life are positive role models.
She grew up in quiet Stratford-on-Avon, and now yearns
to find her own way as a singer in London.
Eleven-year-old Breaca, who yearns
to become a Dreamer, is thrust into the role of warrior when neighboring tribesmen become midnight marauders and she kills to protect her own life.
A grandfather lives with them, as does the father, a man who yearns
to have his own business.
The sister, Holly, is an adult who yearns
to be an opera singer.