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Asian-American Writers (Multicultural Voices) by Allison Amend

By Allison Amend

Authors reminiscent of Gish Jen, Jhumpa Lahiri, Chang-rae Lee, Ha Jin, Amy Tan, and Maxine Hong Kingston are one of the validated authors and newly rising voices profiled in Asian-American Writers. This new quantity additionally discusses their acclaimed works to help scholars learning those authors and their writings.

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