Asian American Autobiographers: A Bio-Bibliographical Critical Sourcebook

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Asian
American
Autobiographers
A Bio-Bibliographical
Critical Sourcebook

Edited by
GUIYOU HUANG

Foreword by Shirley Geok-lin Lim

Emmanuel S. Nelson, Advisory Editor

GREENWOOD PRESS
Westport, Connecticut • London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction: Be/Coming American 1
  • Meena Alexander (1931–) 17
  • Carlos Bulosan (1911–1936) 27
  • Theresa Hak Kyung Cha (1931–1982) 37
  • Nien Cheng (1913–) 43
  • Monlin Chiang (1886–1964) 49
  • Chiang Yee (1903–1977) 53
  • Cynthia L. Chou (1926–) 57
  • Chuang Hua (?) 61
  • Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni (1936–) 67
  • Edith Maude Eaton (Sui Sin Far) (1863–1914) 77
  • Benny F. Feria (1911–1978) 83
  • Zulfikar Ghose (1933–) 89
  • Myrna Lakshmi Gill (1943–) 97
  • Han Suyin (Rosalie Chou) (1917–) 103
  • Phung Thi le Ly Hayslip (1949–) 111
  • Garrett Hongo (1931–) 115
  • Bill Hosokawa (1913–) 121
  • Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston (1935–) and James D. Houston (1934–) 127
  • Peter Hyun (1906–1993) 135
  • Daniel K. Inouye (1924–) 141
  • Younghill Kang (1903–1972) 149
  • Richard E. Kim (1932–) 159
  • Maxine Hong Kingston (1940–) 165
  • Joy Kogawa (1933–) 179
  • Helena Kuo (Kuo Ching-Ch'iu) (1911–) 187
  • Li-Young Lee (1937–) 193
  • Mary Paik Lee (1900–1993) 199
  • Ling-Ai (Gladys) Li (Ca. 1910–) 203
  • Janet Lim (Ca. 1921–) 209
  • Shirley Geok-Lin Lim (1944–) 215
  • Alice P. Lin (1942–) 221
  • Aimee E. Liu (1953–) 227
  • Pardee Lowe (1903–) 233
  • Adeline Yen Mah (1937–) 239
  • Ved Parkash Mehta (1934–) 243
  • Dhan Gopal Mukerji (1890–1936) 251
  • Bharati Mukherjee (1940–) 257
  • David Mura (1932–) 273
  • Ilhan New (1893–1971) 281
  • Haing S. Ngor (Ca. 1941–1996) 287
  • (Philip) Michael Ondaatje (1943–) 291
  • Induk Pahk (1896–1980) 299
  • Noyong Park (1899–1976) 305
  • Winnifred Eaton Babcock Reeve (Onoto Watanna) (1873–1954) 313
  • Monica Sone (1919–) 321
  • Etsu Inagaki Sugimoto (1874–1930) 329
  • Sara Suleri (1933–) 335
  • Mai-Mai Sze (1910–1992) 345
  • George Takei (1937–) 351
  • Kathleen Tamagawa (1893–1979) 357
  • Hilary Tham (1946–) 363
  • NguyÈn Thi Thu-LÂm (1940–) 371
  • Yoshiko Uchida (1921–1992) 375
  • Katherine Wei (1930–) 383
  • Jade Snow Wong (1922–) 389
  • Rae Yang (1930–) 397
  • Laurence Michael Yep (1948–) 401
  • Jim Yoshida (1921–) 409
  • Yung Wing (1828–1912) 413
  • Selected Bibliography 419
  • Index 423
  • About the Editor and Contributors 441
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