Yamashita's novels are classics of Asian American literature, and this repackaging of three of her novels relocates them into a contemporary context and argues visually for their place in the canon.
Now more than ever, the intersectionality and politically charged nature of Yamashita's work makes an argument both for pluralism and for the difficult work of living together in shifting, demographically complex societies.
Paperback: 272 Pages
Product Dimensions: 153 x 229 mm
Published by Coffee House Press