New Asian-American Short Stories for Young AdultsUnknown - 1996
In this unique collection of touching and heartfelt short stories, ten young Asian-American writers re-create the conflicts that all young people feel living in two distinct worlds -- one of memories and traditions, and one of today. Whether it includes dreams of gossiping with the prettiest blond girl in class, not wanting to marry the man your parents love, or discovering that your true identity is ultimately your decision, these extraordinary stories by writers of Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Hawaiian, Filipino, and Korean descent explore the confusion and ambivalence of growing up in a world different from the one their parents knew -- and the choices we all must make when looking for a world to which we want to belong.
Publisher: New York : Fawcett Juniper, 1996, c1994.
Edition: First Ballantine Books edition
Branch Call Number: PROF COLL YA
Characteristics: xvii, 138 pages ; 18 cm.