Wednesday, September 9, 2015
WORLD LITERATURE TODAY Reviews THE CONFESSIONS OF A NUMBER ONE SON
Here's the first paragraph, but check out the full review at the link below the excerpt:
As Calvin McMillin notes, and as longtime readers of Frank Chin’s work will realize, The Confessions of a Number One Son: The Great Chinese American Novel includes characters, episodes, and cultural references, most of them pop, that have appeared in plays, fiction, and essays, for to quote Chin, “It’s all part of the same kit.” McMillin has done a commendable job in assembling, from various scattered drafts of Chin’s novel, abandoned about four decades ago, a typescript of 662 pages and then cutting material used in later stories and novels to result in the version now published.
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