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American Ethnic Writers

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ISBN : 1587654636
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Covers numerous ethnic writers and their works. All major American ethnicities are covered: African American, Asian American, Jewish American, Hispanic/Latino, and Native American.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

American Ethnic Writers

Author : David R. Peck
ISBN : 0893561843
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Presents profiles of American writers of Asian, African, Jewish, Native American, and other ethnic backgrounds, discussing their contributions to literature and how their works deal with the themes of race and ethnicity.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Non National In Contemporary American Literature

Author : Dalia M.A. Gomaa
ISBN : 9781137496263
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In this wide-ranging study, Gomma examines contemporary migrant narratives by Arab-American, Chicana, Indian-American, Pakistani-American, and Cuban-American women writers. Concepts such as national consciousness, time, space, and belonging are scrutinized through the "non-national" experience, unsettling notions of a unified America.
Category: Literary Criticism

Ethnic Writers In America

Author : Myron Simon
ISBN : 0153470704
Genre : American literature
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Collection of twentieth-century essays, poetry, and short stories by members of ethnic groups in the United States. Includes introductions to the authors, and discussion questions.
Category: American literature

America The Dream Of My Life

Author : David Steven Cohen
ISBN : 0813515157
Genre : History
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This selection is the first statewide collection of life histories from the Social-Ethnic Studies program of the Federal Writers's Project. They represent for ethnic history what the more famous Federal Writers' Project's Slave Narratives have meant for African-American history.
Category: History

Ethnic Modernism

Author : Werner Sollors
ISBN : 0674030915
Genre : History
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In the first half of the twentieth century, the United States moved from the periphery to the center of global cultural production. How did African American, European immigrant, and other minority writers take part in these developments that also transformed the United States, giving it an increasingly multicultural self-awareness? This book attempts to address this question in a series of innovative and engaging close readings of major texts from this period.
Category: History

Writing Tricksters

Author : Jeanne Rosier Smith
ISBN : 0520206568
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"Brilliant. Smith shows us how to bridge and link authors into an understanding of contemporary American literature that occupies shared ground, yet she insists on the imperative of educating ourselves in many U.S. traditions. The result is a book that meets the extremely difficult challenge of working multiculturally without either erasing or overdetermining difference. This discussion will have applications well beyond the group of authors discussed here."--Elizabeth Ammons, coeditor of Tricksterism in Turn-of-the-Century American Literature: A Multicultural Perspective "Transcultural and thoroughly documented, this study of contemporary ethnic texts by women is comparative in the most scholarly sense. No reader of modern American fiction could argue against its trickster premises: the power to laugh at old worlds, and invent new ones."--Kenneth Lincoln, author of Indi'n Humor: Bicultural Play in Native America "Communicates keen insights on fictional techniques and cultural themes in clear, elegant and jargon-free language. I believe that this study will serve as an excellent model for future multicultural literary criticism."--Bonnie TuSmith, author of All My Relatives "Highly accessible to a diverse audience, Writing Tricksters forces readers to examine the power of storytelling traditions to cultural and individual survival. Smith's cross-cultural discussion of the trickster is right on the cusp of an important, evolving analytical direction."--Alanna Kathleen Brown, Montana State University "Few scholars have attempted to find the lines of contact and connection between ethnic writers. Writing Tricksters is fresh and original, an important addition to the growing corpus of truly multicultural critical texts."--Joseph Skerrett, coeditor of Memory, Narrative, and Identity
Category: Literary Criticism

Ethnic American Literature

Author : Dean J. Franco
ISBN : 0813925606
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Offers a comparative approach to ethnic literature that begins by accounting for the intrinsic historical, geographical, and political contingencies of different American cultures. This work looks at a range of writing, from novels to literature.
Category: Literary Criticism

Immigrant And Ethnic Minority Writers Since 1945

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ISBN : 9789004363243
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This is the first volume to present an international overview of immigrant and ethnic-minority writing in 14 national contexts and a conclusion discussing this writing as a vanguard of cultural change.
Category: Literary Criticism