Eating Identities: reading food in Asian American literature
Honolulu : University of Hawai’i Press, c2008.
ix, 195 p. ; 23 cm.
Shields Library PS153.A84 X8 2008 Regular Loan
Other title Reading food in Asian American literature
Includes bibliographical references (p. 181-189) and index.
Enjoyment and ethnic identity in No-no boy and Obasan -- Masculinity, food, and appetite in Frank Chin’s Donald Duk and "The eat and run midnight people" -- Class and cuisine: David Wong Louie’s The barbarians are coming -- Diaspora, transcendentalism, and ethnic gastronomy in the works of Li-Young Lee -- Sexuality, colonialism, and ethnicity in Monique Truong’s The book of salt and Mei Ng’s Eating Chinese food naked -- Epilogue: eating identities.
American literature -- Asian American authors -- History and criticism.
Gastronomy in literature.
Food habits in literature.
Dinners and dining in literature.
Cookery in literature.
Asian Americans -- Intellectual life.
Asian Americans in literature.
Food habits -- Social aspects.
ISBN 9780824831950 (pbk. : alk. paper)