Pearl Buck

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Noun1.Pearl Buck - United States author whose novels drew on her experiences as a missionary in China (1892-1973)
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The Discourse of Whiteness: Chinese-American Hisotry, Pearl S.
The Pearl Buck Center began in 1953 as a school for children with developmental disabilities, in the living room of a Eugene woman, Lisl Waechter, who personally asked the Pulitzer- and Nobel-Prize-winning author Pearl S.
Angry that Amerasian children (a term she coined) were deemed unadoptable, in 1949 she established Welcome House, the first international and interracial adoption agency in this country, an organization that prospers to this day as a part of Pearl S.