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Writing the Hyphen

The Articulation of Interculturalism in Contemporary Chinese-Canadian Literature


Susanne Hilf

Contents: Chinese-Canadian Literature and its Contexts: Socio-historical Background and Literary Background – Expressing Delimitation: The Search for One’s Own Voice and The Search for Intercultural Themes – Life in Chinatown: Fiction as Documentation – Celebrating Liminality: Sky Lee’s Disappearing Moon Café, Larissa Lai’s When Fox Is a Thousand, Fred Wah’s Diamond Grill.