S.E. Asia Writes Back!
C. Y. Loh, Ike K. Ong
Skoob Books Pub., 1993 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 418 pages
Part celebration of the cross-cultural literary tradition of two continents; part manifesto for the future of new writing. The first volume in the Skoob Pacifica Anthology series is an eclectic blend of prose, poetry, drama and reportage which creates a vibrant picture of the post-colonial new world. Featured writers include Vikram Seth, Yukio Mishima and Wole Soyinka, with short stories by Yasunari Kawabata and Derek Walcott.
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Introduction by John McRae
New Writings of the Pacific
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