Below the Line
Below the Line


Whether it's an immigrant woman who loves to watch American action movies or a young American-born woman who joins a film crew in China, these stories are about Chinese Americans trying to make sense of their divided history and culture. As both the immigrant and the American-raised generations succumb to some deeply American impulses, notions of home and language and self get misplaced, repositioned, changed, and history and memory are reinvented by nostalgia, dreams, and desire.
Sara Chin lives and works in San Francisco.

Title Below the Line
Author Sara Chin
Publisher City Lights Publishers
Title First Published 01 November 1997
Format Paperback
Nb of pages 147 p.
ISBN-10 087286331X
ISBN-13 9780872863316
Publication Date 01 November 1997
Main content page count 147
Weight 16 oz.
List Price $9.95
 


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