This anthology is a collection of articles by experts in the field on Chinese-American and Chinese-Canadian authors who wrote in English and French. Both established and emerging writers are studied. Thus, it adds a new dimension to our understanding of the development of the Chinese component of a multicultural society in North America through the analysis of the literary production. This book constitutes a part of intercultural studies of our society.
Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt/M., New York, Oxford, Wien, 2001. 148 pp.
Contents: Margo S. Gewurtz: The Reality of Names: Collective History in Two Chinese Canadian Authors – Lynne van Leuven: Trading
Identities in Canadian Fiction – Lucie Bernier: Ecrivains sino-canadiens: une triple altérité – Jianguo Chen: «Cultural Difference»
and Trans/national Identification - The Problematic of Contemporary Chinese Diaspora – Te-hsing Shan: Positioning Chinese
American Literature - A Perspective from Taiwan – King-Kok Cheung: Of Men and Men: Reconstructing Chinese American Masculinity.