Asian American Literature in Transition, 1930-1965: Volume 2

Asian American Literature in Transition, 1930-1965: Volume 2


Cambridge University Press






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Editors' introduction; Part I. Transitions Approached through Concepts and History: 1. The popular front and Asiatic modes of cultural production Steven Lee; 2. Asian American realism Arnold Pan; 3. On modernism, decolonization, and Asian American literature in transition Victor Bascara; 4. The cultures of Japanese internment: a short history of 'funny' turns Caroline Chung Simpson; 5. The 1947 partition, war, and internment: hidden histories of migration and displacement in transnational Asia Kavita Daiya; 6. Cold War fiction: the flower drum song's political education Josephine Nock-Hee Park; 7. Desert, island, ocean, swamp: Cold War ecologies and the Asian American environment Erin Suzuki; Part II. Transitions Approached through Authors, Texts, Concepts, and History: 8. Lin Yutang and the invention of Asian America, 1949 Richard Jean So; 9. H. T. Tsiang against the world Hua Hsu; 10. 'A congressman from India': Dalip Singh Saund in Cold War America Manan Desai; 11. Younghill Kang, transpacific agent David Roh; 12. Transition and obliteration: Jose Garcia Villa in the United States Jonathan Chua; 13. America is in the heart as postcolonial pastoral: an ecocritical case study of Carlos Bulosan Sarah D. Wald; 14. Bienvenido Santos: writing the interstitial spaces of Asian American literature Cynthia Tolentino; 15. Women writing war in Asia/America Sze Wei Ang; 16. Japanese incarceration, settler colonialism Sarah Dowling; 17. Jade Snow Wong and the making of model minority democracy Cindy I-Fen Cheng; 18. A little bit of form goes a long way: no-no boy and the ruse of empire Elda Tsou; 19. Richard Eun-kook Kim James Kyung-Jin Lee.