Encyclopedia of Asian-American Literature
Asian Americans have been writing and publishing since the 19th century. This work traces American writers whose roots are in Asia, including China, Korea, Japan, Southeast Asia, India, the Middle East, and more. The coverage includes: Carlos Bulosan; Donald Duk; Jessica Hagedorn; David Henry Hwang; Maxine Hong Kingston; and Jhumpa Lahiri.
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