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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Steven G Yao
|Description:||vii, 326 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||To be (or not to be) the poet : the cultural politics of verse in Asian American literature --
Toward a prehistory of Asian American verse : Pound, Cathay, and the poetics of Chineseness --
Chinese/American verse in transnational perspective : racial protest and the poems of Angel Island --
From the language of race to the poetics of ethnicity : the rise of Asian American verse --
A voice from China : Ha Jin and the cultural politics of antisocialist realism --
The precision of persimmons : Li-Young Lee, ethnic identity and the limits of lyric testimony --
Are you hate speech or are you a lullaby? : Marilyn Chin and the politics of form in Chinese/American verse --
The owner of one pock-marked tongue : John Yau and the logic of ethnic abstraction --
Chinese/American verse in the age of postethnicity?
|Series Title:||Global Asias.|
|Responsibility:||Steven G. Yao.|
"Deeply thoughtful, critically sharp, Foreign Accents creates a provocative trajectory for understanding Chinese American poetry and poetics. It ranges from insightful close readings of the poetry to
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- American poetry -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
- Chinese Americans in literature.
- Kulturelle Identität.
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- American poetry -- Chinese American authors.