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Between Worlds: Contemporary Asian-American Plays
Paperback, 206 pages ISBN: 9781559360043Publication Date:
1 Jan 2001
Size: 228mm x 153mm£16.99

Between Worlds: Contemporary Asian-American Plays

Edited by Misha Berson

Paperback £16.99

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A collection of contemporary Asian-American plays.

This volume contains:

Nuit Blanch: A Select View of Earthlings by Ping Chong
The Wash by Philip Kan Gotanda
Tenement Lover: no palmtrees/in new york city by Jessica Hagedorn
As the Crow Flies and The Sound of a Voice by David Henry Hwang
And the Soul Shall Dance by Wakako Yamauchi
Pay the Chinaman by Laurence Yep

Paperback, 206 pages ISBN: 9781559360043Publication Date:
1 Jan 2001
Size: 228mm x 153mm£16.99
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