Model Minorities, Models of Resistance: Native Figures in Asian Canadian Literature
- Forecasts: Paperbacks. Kaganoff, Penny; Steinberg, Sybil // Publishers Weekly;8/17/1992, Vol. 239 Issue 37, p498
Reviews the book `Disappearing Moon Cafe,` by Sky Lee.
- Forecasts: Fiction. Steinberg, S. // Publishers Weekly;8/23/1991, Vol. 238 Issue 38, p42
Reviews the novel `Disappearing Moon Cafe,` by SKY Lee.
- The Emergence of 'Asian Canadian Literature': Can Lit's Obscene Supplement? Beauregard, Guy // Essays on Canadian Writing;Spring99, Issue 67, p53
Addresses the significance of the emergence of Asian Canadian literature as a critical category. Theoretical issues concerning the possible containment of cultural differences in a multicultural context; Discussion on the novel `Disappearing Moon Cafe,' by Sky Lee.
- The latitudes of romance: Representations of Chinese Canada in Bowering's To All Appearances a... Huggan, Graham // Canadian Literature;Spring94, Issue 140, p34
Discusses the representations of Chinese Canadians in the books `To All Appearances A Lady,' by Marilyn Bowering and `Disappearing Moon Cafe,' by Sky Lee. Use of romance to focus on the `otherness' of the female gender; Perpetuation of the Chinese ethnic self-identity; Escape from the system of...
- Obasan. Morita, J. R. // World Literature Today;Summer83, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p516
Reviews the book "Obasan," by Joy Kogawa.
- The rebirth of Baby Anna. Kogawa, Joy // Books in Canada;Oct87, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p11
Presents an excerpt of the sequel of Joy Kogawa's book 'Obasan.' Plot; Characters.
- The Life and Times of Samuel H. Davis: An Anti Slavery Activist. Richardson, William J. // Afro-Americans in New York Life & History;Jan2009, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p47
This article discusses the work of Samuel H. Davis, an African American from Maine who emerged as a leader of the antislavery movement. Davis' presence at the Buffalo meeting of the National Convention of Free People of Color is described. The genealogy of Davis' family and his education in...
- OBASAN. IYER, NIRANJANA // Herizons;Spring2015, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p54
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- 'Our Next Neighbour Across the Way': Japan and Canadian Writers. Fisher, Susan // Canadian Literature;Autumn2002, Issue 174, p29
Reviews several books by Canadian writers which illustrate literary images of Japan. 'Obasan,' by Joy Kogawa; 'Japan: Story of Adventure,' by Ranald MacDonald; 'A Social Departure: How Orthodocia and I Went Round the World by Ourselves,' by Sara Jeannette Duncan; 'Prisoner in Japan,' by Phyllis...