Asian American literary studies [electronic resource] / edited and with an introduction by Guiyou Huang
- Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, c2005.
- Physical Description:
- ix, 258 p. ; 24 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Huang, Guiyou, 1961-
- Restrictions on Access:
- License restrictions may limit access.
- Asian American literary history: war, memory, and representation / Gayle K. Sato -- The self in the text versus the self as text: Asian American autobiographical strategies / Rocío G. Davis -- Asian Americans imagining Burma: Chang-rae Lee's A gesture life and Wendy Law-Yone's Irrawaddy tango / Cheng Lok Chua -- Globalization, masculinity, and the changing stakes of Hollywood cinema for Asian American studies / Karen Fang -- Gender negotiations and the Asian American literary imagination / Wenxin Li -- Long a mystery and forever a memory: God vs. Goddess in the ethnic novel / Guiyou Huang -- Realigning and reassigning cultural values: occidentalist stereotyping and representations of the multiethnic family in Asian American women writers / Tamara Silvia Wagner -- "I love my India": Indian American students performing identity and creating culture on stage / Vincent H. Melomo -- Speaking outside of the standard: local literature of Hawai'i / Amy N. Nishimura -- Staging heterogeneity: contemporary Asian American drama / Christiane Schlote.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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