Asian American Short Story Writers: An A-to-Z Guide by Guiyou Huang

By Guiyou Huang

Asian the USA has produced various short-story writers within the twentieth century. a few emerged after international warfare II, but every one of these writers have flourished considering that 1980. the 1st reference of its style, this quantity comprises alphabetically prepared entries for forty nine nationally and across the world acclaimed Asian American writers of brief fiction. each one access is written by way of a professional contributor and incorporates a biography, a dialogue of significant works and issues, a survey of the writer's severe reception, and first and secondary bibliographies.

Writers contain Frank Chin, Sui Sin some distance, Shirely Geok-lin Lim, Toshio Mori, and Bharati Mukherjee. An introductory essay offers a detailed exam of the Asian American brief tale, and the amount closes with an inventory of works for additional reading.

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