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Mobile Homes

Spatial and Cultural Negotiation in Asian American Literature

By Su-Ching Huang

Routledge – 2006 – 128 pages

Series: Studies in Asian Americans

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Description

The writers discussed in the book include Chiang Yee, Hualing Nieh, David Wong Louie, Fae Myenne Ng, John Okada, and Toshio Mori. Their publication dates span from the 1940s up to 2000.

Contents

Introduction 1. Mutual Authentication of the Silent Traveller and the American Landscape 2. Female Nomadology 3. Gastronomic Mobility and Model Minority 4. Transnationality, Heterogeneity, and Spatial Negotiation in Asian American Fiction. Works Cited. Works Consulted.

Author Bio

Assistant Professor of English at National Taiwan University, Su-Ching Huang serves as Editor-in-chief of Chung Wai Literary Monthly, a Chinese-language scholarly journal based in Taiwan. She has taught at Edinboro University in Pennsylvania, Rochester Institute of Technology, and University of Rochester. She has published essays on the Chinese American travel writer Chiang Yee and feminist theatre.

Related Subjects

  1. Asian Studies
  2. Literature

Name: Mobile Homes: Spatial and Cultural Negotiation in Asian American Literature (Paperback)Routledge 
Description: By Su-Ching Huang. The writers discussed in the book include Chiang Yee, Hualing Nieh, David Wong Louie, Fae Myenne Ng, John Okada, and Toshio Mori. Their publication dates span from the 1940s up to...
Categories: Asian Studies, Literature