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

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Asian American Literature

As a Chinaman Saw Us: Passages from His Letters to a Friend at Home. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1916.

Asian American Student Association, California State University, Long Beach. Echoes from Gold Mountain. 2 vols. Los Angeles: Peace Press, 1978, 1979.

Asian American Writers Project, eds. Reflections. Berkeley, Calif.: Berkeley High School, 1977.

Berssenbrugge Mei-mei. Random Possession. New York: I. Reed Books, 1979.

Buaken, Manuel. "Where Is the Heart of America?" New Republic 103 ( Sept. 23, 1940): 410.

_____. I Have Lived with the American People. Caldwell Idaho: Caxton Printers, 1948.

Bulosan Carlos. The Voice of Bataan. New York: Coward-McCann, 1943.

_____. The Laughter of My Father. New York: Harcourt Brace & Co., 1944.

_____. America Is in the Heart. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1946, 1973.

_____. "I Am Not a Laughing Man". The Writer 59, no. 5 ( May 1946): 143-146.

_____. Sound of Falling Light: Letters in Exile, ed. Delores S. Feria. Quezon City: University of the Philippines, 1960.

_____. "My Education". Amerasia Journal 6, no. 1 ( May 1979): 113-119.

_____. "Selected Letters of Carlos Bulosan, 1937- 1955". Amerasia Journal 6, no. 1 ( May 1979): 143-154.

_____. "Silence". Amerasia Journal 6, no. 1 ( May 1979): 57-60.

_____. "The Thief". Amerasia Journal 6, no. 1 ( May 1979): 83-85.

_____, ed. Chorus for America. Los Angeles: Wagon & Star, 1942.

Cachapero Emily. Untitled poem. Third World Women, ed. Third World Communications, p. 175. San Francisco: Third World Communications, 1972.

Cachapero Emily, et al., eds. Liwanag: Literary and Graphic Expressions by Filipinos in America. San Francisco: Liwanag Publications, 1975.

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