Growing up Asian American: an anthology

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W. Morrow, 1993 - Fiction - 416 pages
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Hong has selected 32 classic stories and essays by some of America's most respected and loved authors--Cynthia Kadohata, Gus Lee, Amy Tan, Garret Hongo, Gish Jen, Frank Chin, Maxine Hong Kingston, and David Mura, to name just a few. These stories explore Asian American identity, language, generational differences, assimilation, and heritage.

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This book has many stories from Asian Americans. Most are works of fiction based on their lives in America. It wasnt what I expected but it was a good read. Read full review

Growing up Asian American: an anthology

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Divided into "First Memories,'' "The Beginnings of Identity,'' and "Growing Up,'' this compilation of fiction and essays by 32 Asian American authors recounts life mostly in California but also in New ... Read full review


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