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by Jessica Hagedorn

Category: Short Stories and Anthologies
Subcategory: Fiction
Author: Jessica Hagedorn
ISBN: 0140231110
ISBN13: 978-0140231113
Language: English
Publisher: Penguin Books (December 1, 1993)
Pages: 592
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A ground-breaking anthology of Asian American fiction features selections from Meena Alexander, Hisaye Yamamoto. pure and simple; it's racist

A ground-breaking anthology of Asian American fiction features selections from Meena Alexander, Hisaye Yamamoto. pure and simple; it's racist. Anybody who says otherwise is trully ignorant on the subject (. no wonder he/she kept him/herself anonymous). Anyway, I liked the book, but I wouldn't say it's the bible for Asian American literature. Why? Well, some of the authors featured here in are not representive of Asian American literature (. Elaine Kim, Maxine Hong Kingston, and Amy Tan).

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American Born and Foreign: An Anthology of Asian American Poetry, eds.

The Gangster of Love (Houghton Mifflin, 1996). Burning Heart: A Portrait of the Philippines (with Marissa Roth) (Rizzoli, 1999). American Born and Foreign: An Anthology of Asian American Poetry, eds. Fay Chiang, et al. (New York: Sunbury Press Books, 1979). The Open Boat: Poems From Asian America, ed. Garrett Hongo (New York: Doubleday, 1993). Du Bois Library, University of Massachusetts. Modern American Poetry.

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A ground-breaking anthology of Asian American fiction features selections from Meena Alexander, Hisaye Yamamoto, Peter Bacho, Cynthia Kadohata, Amy Tan, and many others.
Comments to eBook Charlie Chan Is Dead: An Anthology of Contemporary Asian American Fiction
Felhalar
Jack, just because somebody doesn't happen to agree with your personal perspective doesn't make them "ignorant". Your perspective on the Chan and Moto films isn't the only valid view. The great Keye Luke's perspective was that the Chan films were not racist and many agree with him. That doesn't make Chan supporters "racist" or "ignorant". Their perspective is every bit as valid as yours. Chan is a symbol of justice and wisdom to many people. You should take note of the fact that he is portrayed as being superior to the white characters in HIS movies. The same is true of the Moto films. Individuals who truly love and respect Chan and Moto as cinematic heroes are in no way attempting to be "ignorant" or "racist".
SARAND
Lol, it's ridiculous, Moto and Charlie Chan are degrading depictions of Asians...pure and simple; it's racist. Anybody who says otherwise is trully ignorant on the subject (i.e. the previous reviewer..no wonder he/she kept him/herself anonymous). Anyway, I liked the book, but I wouldn't say it's the bible for Asian American literature. Why? Well, some of the authors featured here in are not representive of Asian American literature (i.e. Elaine Kim, Maxine Hong Kingston, and Amy Tan). There's only one book that I know that is trully Asian American, and that would be THE BIG AIIIEEEEE! But, that doesn't mean you shouldn't get this book. There are some authors here that aren't sell-outs and this book makes a great summer read!
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