Literature Without Borders: International Literature in English for Student Writers

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George R. Bozzini, Cynthia A. Leenerts
Prentice Hall, Jul 1, 2000 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 649 pages
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Designed to encourage readers to read and think critically, compassionately, and globally, this comprehensive collection of contemporary writing in English spotlights English as an international literary language. The broad range of genres from some of the world's finest writers, cross diverse gender, generational and ethnic lines.Breadth and quality of essays, memoirs, poems and stories cover such enduring themes as heritage, family, community, identity and autonomy, love and commitment, (post) colonization, the immigrant experience and alienation.For individuals interested in expanding the boarders of their reading to include a showcase of English language literature.

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Contents

SHIRLEY GEOKLINLIM Ah Mah poem
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ANDREW LAM Grandmas Tales story
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SHASHI DESHPANDE Why a Robin? story
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GEORGE R. BOZZINI (Ph.D. Georgetown University, 1971) has been a member of the George Washington University faculty since 1972. He is an Associate Professor of English and English as a Foreign Language.

Cynthia A. Leenerts (Ph.D. George Washington University, 1997) has been on the George Washington University faculty since 1994. She is currently Visiting Assistant Professor of English.

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