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Asian American Literature

Asian American Literature  

Is usually centred on the identities of Americans of Asian descent in the context of their immigration histories beginning in 1850 with immigrants from China. Japanese immigrants began to arrive ...
Pulitzer Prize

Pulitzer Prize  

An award for an achievement in American journalism, literature, or music, of which there are thirteen made each year. The Pulitzer Prizes were established by provisions in the will of the ...
Robert Stone

Robert Stone  

(1937– )American novelist, born in New York, whose second novel, Dog Soldiers (1974), dealt with drug‐smuggling in Vietnam. A Flag for Sunrise (1981) describes the politics of a small Central ...
Vietnam Writing.

Vietnam Writing.   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century Literature in English

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2005
The Vietnam War spawned a great range of cultural, poetic, and literary representations, as people sought to articulate the experiences of the conflict. The works frequently make new ... More
William Eastlake

William Eastlake  

(1917–1997),born and reared in New York City, after army service and residence in Paris moved to a New Mexico ranch. His novels include Go in Beauty (1956), about rivalry between brothers; Bronc ...

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