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Shizukos Daughter a novel written by Kyoki Mori is about a bold and brilliant twelve-year-old Yuki Okundo who suffers the loss of her mother by suicide Shizuko Yukis mother is a loving mother with artistic talents that she has passed on to her daughter Yukis ability to survive many losses is tested by many factors but mainly by her heartless father and his new wife Yukis coming of age is the result of the attack on her mothers memory her father and stepmothers actions mothers memory and her mothers suicide Yuki grows up strong and capable and Shizuko has encouraged her daughter to be bold Yuki fights boys and studies piano and she is also an outstanding student Shizuko writes in her suicide note I do not do this rashly but after much consideration This is the best for all of us Please do not feel guilty in any way What has happened is entirely my responsibility This is the best for myself as well as for you I am almost happy at this last hour and wish you to be In spite of this please believe I love you People will tell you that Ive done this because of I do not love you Dont listen to them When you grow up to be a strong women you will know that this was for the best My only concern now is that you will be the first to find me Im sorry Call your father at work and let him take care of everything You are a strong person you will no doubt get over this and be brilliant women Dont let me stop or delay you I love you Mori 6 Once Shizuko is gone there are many things that threaten Yukis development She must tolerate the harassing on her mothers memory first by her Aunt Aya who removes the possessions of her dead mother and then by the bitter Hanae On the
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