Asian American Literature: An Introduction to the Writings and Their Social Context

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Index
"Abalone, Abalone" ( Mori), 71
Achebe, Chinua, 256-257
Across the Continent; or, Scenes from New York Life and the Pacific Railroad ( McCloskey ), 13-14
Adamic, Louis, 48
African literature, 256-257
Afro-Americans, 37, 40, 44, 156, 174, 175, 177-179, 186, 187, 234-237, 251
"After the War" ( Ishizuka), 226
Aguinon, Marcos, 288 n. 53
Ah Moy ( Wheat), 11
Ah Sin and His Brethren in American Literature ( Fenn), 282 n. 4
"Aiiieeeee!" ( Inada), 246
Aiiieeeee! An Anthology of Asian-American Writers, ( Chinet al., eds.), xiv, 60, 174
Aion, 313 n.1
"Akira Yano" ( Mori), 167
Alcantra, Ruben R., 48
Alien Land Acts, 133, 291 n. 35, 302 n. 22
All I Asking for Is My Body ( Murayama), 143-147, 148, 149, 172, 218, 313-314 n. 1. See also Murayama, Milton
Almond Eyed: The Great Agitator; A Story of the Day ( Whitney), 5
"Amache Gate" ( Inada), 246
Ainerasia Journal, 312 n. 1
America as seen by immigrant writers, 29-32
America Is in the Heart ( Bulosan), 45-57, 91, 172, 312 n. 1
American Indians. See Native Americans in Asian American literature
American in Disguise ( Okimoto), xvi, 81-84
American-Born and Foreign ( Chianget al.), 313 n. 1
American-born Asians, 58-59, 72, 290 n. 1, 290-291 n. 22, 293-295 n. 70, 301- 302 n. 14
American Scrapbook ( Charyn), 19-20
America through the Spectacles of an Oriental Diplomat ( Wu), 30
And China Has Hands ( Tsiang), 109
"And There Are Stories, There Are Stories" ( Iko), 235
"And the Soul Shall Dance" ( Yamauchi), 255
Angel Island poems, 20, 23, 258-259, 318 n. 74
Anti-Asian activities, 23, 59-60, 85, 94-99, 122-123, 133, 291 n. 35, 302 n. 22; Asian American responses to, 123, 125; Asian American writers' responses to, 24-32, 40, 49-51, 54-57, 61-66, 104; protests against, 285 n. 1, 309 n. 13. See also Racism
Asia: American-born Asians in, 294-295 n. 70; as depicted by Asian immigrant writers, 25-29
Asian American Authors ( Hsu and Palubinskas , eds.), xiv
Asian American literature: and Asian American history, xvii-xviii; and Asian American perspectives, xviii; in Asian languages, xi; definitions of, xi, 285 n. 36; documentation of history and ture in, 285-286 n. 2; and literary criti

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