restricted access   Volume 56, Number 1, Spring 2010

Table of Contents

Theorizing Asian American Fiction Special Issue

Stephen Hong Sohn, Paul Lai, and Donald C. Goellnicht, Editors

Introduction

Theorizing Asian American Fiction

pp. 1-18
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Articles

Asian American Literature and the Resistances of Theory

pp. 19-39
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Collaboration and Translation: Lin Yutang and the Archive of Asian American Literature

pp. 40-62
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Indispensable Labor: The Worker as a Category of Critique in China Men

pp. 63-89
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Chinese Suicide: Political Desire and Queer Exogamy in Fae Myenne Ng’s Bone

pp. 90-112
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“A Gift or a Theft Depends on Who Is Holding the Pen”: Postcolonial Collaborative Autobiography and Monique Truong’s The Book of Salt

pp. 113-135
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Theorizing the Hyphen’s Afterlife in Post-Tiananmen Asian-America

pp. 136-159
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Haunted Homelands: Negotiating Locality in Father of the Four Passages

pp. 160-182
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Nowhere in Particular: Perceiving Race, Chang-rae Lee’s Aloft, and the Question of Asian American Fiction

pp. 183-204
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The Place of Transgressive Texts in Asian American Epistemology

pp. 205-225
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 226-228
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Call for Papers: Upcoming Special Issue Fiction after 9/11

p. 229
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