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New worlds of literature

Author: Jerome Beaty; J Paul Hunter
Publisher: New York : Norton, ©1989.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Literature
Literary collections
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jerome Beaty; J Paul Hunter
ISBN: 0393957594 9780393957594
OCLC Number: 18106686
Description: xviii, 1171 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Sandra Street / Michael Anthony --
Traveler / Ellen Gilchrist --
Hometown / Luis Cabalquinto --
In a Polish home for the aged / Edward Hirsch --
Heaven / Cathy Song --
From Korea to heaven country / Lee Ki Chuck --
Postcard from Kashmir / Agha Shahid Ali --
Washington Heights / Michael Blumenthal --
Escape the ghettos of New York / Vanessa Howard --
Poem near Midway Truck Stop / Lance Henson --
Driving in Oklahoma / Carter Revard --
There are a lot of ways to die / Neil Bissoondath --
Migrants: Transients or settlers? / Elena Padilla --
Indian boarding school: The runaways / Louise Erdrich --
Going home / Maurice Kenny --
Freeway / Lorna Dee Cervantes --
And the soul shall dance / Wakako Yamauchi --
Home / Audre Lorde --
My mother's stories / Tony Ardizzone --
Keine Lazarovitch, 1870-1959 / Irving Layton --
Letter to Ma / Merle Woo --
Defining the grateful gesture / Yvonne Sapia --
Old photographs / Rhoda Schwartz --
Charlie-O / Cynthia Kadohata --
My father's song / Simon J. Ortiz --
The gift; Eating together / Li-Young Lee --
A silver dish / Saul Bellow --
Ancestor / Jimmy Santiago Baca --
My father's martial art / Stephen Shu Ning Liu --
Say hello to John / Sherley Williams --
Speaking / Simon J. Ortiz --
Offspring / Naomi Long Madgett --
My brother Bailey and Kay Francis / Maya Angelou --
Family devotions / David Henry Hwang --
Heritage / Countee Cullen --
Heritage / Lorna Dee Cervantes --
Heritage / Linda Hogan --
Snowmen / Agha Shahid Ali --
To some few Hopi ancestors / Wendy Rose --
Lost sister/ Cathy Song --
Everyday use / Alice Walker --
Obachan / Gail Y. Miyasaki --
Grandmother / Paula Gunn Allen --
All set about with fever trees / Pam Durban --
Grandmother, a Caribbean Indian, described by my father / Yvonne Sapia --
Josefa Kankovska / Barbara Watkins --
Ellis Island / Joseph Bruchac --
Yonosa House / R. T. Smith --
Grandfather / Michael Harper --
Mi Abuelo / Alberto Rios --
Grudnow / Linda Pastan --
No Name Woman / Maxine Hong Kingston --
To-ta Ti-om (for an aunt) / Peter Blue Cloud --
Light / Michael Ondaatje --
Najari Levon's old country advice to the young Americans on how to live with a snake / William Saroyan --
Girl / Jamaica Kincaid --
To be a Jew in the twentieth century / Muriel Rukeyser --
The odyssey of a wop / John Fante --
Our tongue was Nahuatl / Ana Castillo --
[we who carry the endless season] / Virginia Cerenio --
The musicos from Capulin / Marcela Christine Lucero-Trujillo --
[I'm sitting in my history class] / Richard Olivas --
1920 / Toni Morrison --
In the first place of my life / Ray A. Young Bear --
Powwow 79, Durango / Paula Gunn Allen --
Private property / Leslie Marmon Silko --
West Side Story / Arthur Laurents --
Tribe / Francine du Plessix Gray --
Typical / Mark Singer --
Danger: Foreign tongue / Leo Rosten --
Old MacBerlitz had a farm / Noel Perrin --
"Mommy, what does 'nigger' mean? / Gloria Naylor --
There is no word for goodbye / Mary Tallmountain --
The collateral adjective / Sherley Williams --
Refugee ship / Lorna Dee Cervantes --
Aria: A memoir of a bilingual childhood --
Parsley / Rita Dove --
Jacklight / Louise Erdrich --
Tahotahontanekentseratkerontakwenhakie / Salli Benedict --
Song for my name / Linda Hogan --
Tlingit concrete poem / Nora Dauenhauer --
Persimmons / Li-Young Lee --
Borders / Pat Mora --
The languages of home / Maya Angelou --
Japanese hamlet / Toshio Mori --
I am an American / James Alan McPherson --
The Indian wants the Bronx / Israel Horovitz --
Sure you can ask me a personal question / Diane Burns --
Looking out / Mitsuye Yamada --
White on black / Tess Slesinger --
Roseville, Minn., U.S.A. / Marcela Christine Lucero-Trujillo --
The media's image of Arabs / Jack G. Shaheen --
The Japanese are different from you and me / James Fallows --
Teacher Wei / Mark Salzman --
Incident / Countee Cullen --
On the subway / Sharon Olds --
Long time ago / Leslie Marmon Silko --
The wild man of the green swamp / Maxine Hong Kingston --
Holiday / Katherine Anne Porter --
Discovery of the new world / Carter Revard --
The man from Mars / Margaret Atwood --
Battle royal / Ralph Ellison --
What the gossips saw / Leo Romero --
Red anger / R. T. Smith --
The bridge poem / Donna Kate Rushin --
Sonrisas / Pat Mora --
I behold America / Edward Corsi --
I forgot the words to the National Anthem / James Seilsopour --
If I could write this in fire I would write this in fire / Michelle Cliff --
Up & out / Nila Northsun --
In response to executive order 9066: All Americans of Japanese descent must report to relocation centers --
Fences / August Wilson --
The coming-out of Maggie / O. Henry --
Wilhelm / Gabrielle Roy --
The Chinese in Haifa / Jeffery Paul Chan --
Pocahontas to her English husband, John Rolfe / Paul Gunn Allen --
Julia / Wendy Rose --
Like Mexicans / Gary Soto --
Wedding band / Alice Childress --
What gramma said about her grandpa / Nila Northsun --
Song of the breed / Gogisgi --
Flipochinos / Cyn. Zarco --
Crossing / Barbara Thompson --
In the American society / Gish Jen --
Greek Horatio Alger / Nicholas Gerros --
So Mexicans are taking jobs from Americans / Jimmy Santiago Baca --
The Friday ladies of the pay envelope / Mari Evans --
The lesson / Toni Cade Bambara --
Sanchez / Richard Dokey --
Hindus / Bharati Mukherjee --
Black Hills survival gathering / Linda Hogan --
A class of new Canadians / Clark Blaise --
A thousand tears / Norma Rosen --
Immigrants / Pat Mora --
The question of loyalty / Mitsuye Yamada --
I have a dream / Martin Luther King, Jr. --
The shrunken head of Pancho Villa / Luis Valdez --
The moths / Helena Maria Viramontes --
Abalone, abalone, abalone / Toshio Mori --
Leaving Seoul: 1953 / Walter Lew --
The eagle-feather fan / N. Scott Momaday --
Protestant / Garrison Keillor --
Summer water and Shirley / Durango Mendoza --
Sestina: Santa Prisca / Rafael Jesus Gonzalez --
Reins / Audre Lorde --
I am a cowboy in the boat of Ra / Ishmael Reed --
Bloodshed / Cynthia Ozick --
Dominion / Barry Targan --
The day of the swallows / Estela Portillo.
Responsibility: [edited] by Jerome Beaty, J. Paul Hunter.

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