Three American Literatures, 1982 Edited Houston A. Baker
Three American Literatures Essays in Chicano, Native American, and Asian-American Literature for Teachers of American Literature, 1982 is edited by Houston A. Baker, Jr. , Introduced by Walter J. Ong and Published by the Modern Language Association of America.
Following a Preface and an Introduction by Walter J. Ong are the following essays:
Luis Leal and Pepe Barron, "Chicano Literature: An Overview."
Raymund A. Paredes, "The Evolution of Chicano Literature."
Kenneth Lincoln, "North American Literatures: 'old like hills, like stars'"
Lester A. Standiford, "Worlds Made of Dawn: Characteristic Image and Incident in Native American Imaginative Literature."
Jeffery Paul Chan, Frank Chin, Lauson Fusao Inada, and Shawn H. Wong, "An Introduction to Chinese-American and Japanese-American Literatures."
Dorothy Ritsuka McDonald, "An Introduction to Frank Chin's The Chickencoop Chinaman and The Year of the Dragon."
Lauson Fusao Inada, "Of Place and Displacement: The Range of Japanese-American Literature."
This paperback book (5 1/4 inches by 8 1/4 inches by 3/4 of an inch) has 265 pages.
It is in fair to good, firm condition, some shelf wear on spine,no marks, no tears but obvious foxing.
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