Table of contents for Beyond literary Chinatown / Jeffrey F.L. Partridge.

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Introduction: Reading Horizons
Part I. Literary Chinatown and the Reader's Horizon 
1. Literary Chinatown: Dynamics of Race and Reading
2. What Is an Ethnic Author? 
Part II. Exceeding the Margins
3. The Politics of Ethnic Authorship: Li-Young Lee, Emerson, and 
Whitman at the Banquet Table 
4. Claiming Diaspora in Shirley Geok-lin Lim's Joss and Gold 
Part III. Change and the Phenomenology of Reading
5. Changing Signifiers and Changing Horizons: Baseball in Three 
Stories by David Wong Louie
6. Change and the Playful Reader: Reading Shawn Wong's American 
Part IV. Reading New Horizons
7. Beyond Multicultural: Cultural Hybridity in the Novels of Gish Jen
Conclusion: The Emergence of the Polycultural

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

American literature -- Chinese American authors -- History and criticism.
Chinese Americans in literature.
Ethnicity in literature.
Multiculturalism in literature.