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This article includes a list of references, but its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations where appropriate. (February 2010) My Year of Meats   First edition cover Author Ruth L. Ozeki Country USA Language English Genre(s) Novel Publisher Viking Press Publication date June 1, 1998 (first edition) Pages 432 pp (first edition) ISBN ISBN 978-0670879045 (first edition) OCLC Number 38168295 Dewey Decimal 813/.54 21 LC Classification PS3565.Z45 M99 1998 My Year of Meats (titled My Year of Meat in the UK) by Ruth L. Ozeki was written as somewhat of a documentary. The book takes advantage of the differences between Japanese and American culture to comment on both.[1] Contents 1 Overview 2 Awards 3 Reviews 4 References 5 See also // Overview Jane Takagi-Little is a Japanese American journalist who is hired to work for a Japanese production company. The company works with Beef-Ex to promote the use of American beef in Japan by creating a Japanese television show called "My American Wife". Jane works as the host and creative producer and every week an American wife is shown living "her life" and cooking meat. The novel goes on to show just how manipulative the production company and meat company are. Parallel to Jane's story is the life of Akiko Ueno, a former mangaka who specialized in horror scenes and is reluctantly married to a man working for Beef-Ex. Her husband cares only that Akiko has a baby and forces her to watch "My American Wife" and cook the recipes, believing that it will allow her to conceive. However, as Akiko's independence and sense of self grows from watching the show and cooking for her husband, her complacent life and relationship with her husband becomes volatile. Awards Kiriyama Prize Reviews Newsweek Chicago Tribune Publishers Weekly New York Daily News References ^ Cardwell, Diane (1998-06-21). "NY Times". NY Times. Retrieved 2010-01-26.  See also Diethylstilbestrol This article about a 1990s novel is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e