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020    1610698819|qelectronic bk. 
035    (OCoLC)902958180 
037    0016517677|bAXIS360 
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245 00 Ethnic American Literature|h[Axis 360 electronic resource]
260    Santa Barbara :|bGreenwood/ABC-CLIO,|c2015. 
300    1 online resource (595 p.) 
500    Description based upon print version of record. 
500    Puerto Rican American Drama 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents;
       Preface; Introduction; A-Z Entries; A; African American 
       Autobiography; African American Drama; African American 
       Gay Literature; African American Lesbian Literature; 
       African American Novel; African American Poetry; African 
       American Science Fiction; African American Slave 
       Narrative; African American Stereotypes; African American 
       Young Adult Literature; Alexie, Sherman Joseph, Jr.; 
       Alvarez, Julia; American Born Chinese; Anaya, Rudolfo; 
       Angelou, Maya; Arab American Autobiography; Arab American 
       Novel; Arab American Stereotypes 
505 8  AssimilationAutobiography of Malcolm X, The; B; Baldwin, 
       James; Bambara, Toni Cade; Beloved; Bilingualism; Black 
       Boy; Blanco, Richard; Blues, The; Bluest Eye, The; Border 
       Narratives; Brooks, Gwendolyn; C; Canon; Caribbean 
       (Anglophone) American Autobiography; Caribbean 
       (Anglophone) American Novel; Caribbean (Anglophone) 
       American Poetry; Chinese American Autobiography; Chinese 
       American Drama; Chinese American Novel; Chinese American 
       Poetry; Chinese American Stereotypes; Cisneros, Sandra; 
       Civil Rights Movement; Cliff, Michelle; Color Purple, The;
       Cooper, J. (Joan) California 
505 8  Cuban American AutobiographyCuban American Novel; Cuban 
       American Poetry; Culture Clash; D; Danticat, Edwidge; Diaz,
       Junot; Dominican American Novel; Dominican American 
       Poetry; Douglass, Frederick; Dove, Rita; Down These Mean 
       Streets; E; Ellison, Ralph Waldo; Erdrich, Louise; 
       Ethnicity; Eurocentrism; F; Filipino American Novel; G; 
       Gaines, Ernest J.; Galarza, Ernesto; García, Cristina; H; 
       Haley, Alex; Hansberry, Lorraine; Harlem Renaissance; 
       Hawai'i Literature; Hawaiian Literature; Hosseini, Khaled;
       House on Mango Street, The; Hughes, Langston; Hurston, 
       Zora Neale; I 
505 8  I Know Why the Caged Bird SingsIdentity; Internment; 
       Invisible Man; Iranian American Literature; Islas, Arturo,
       Jr.; J; Jacobs, Harriet; Japanese American Autobiography; 
       Japanese American Novel; Jasmine; Jazz; Jones, Edward P.; 
       Joy Luck Club, The; K; Kincaid, Jamaica; King, Martin 
       Luther, Jr.; Kingston, Maxine Hong; Korean American 
       Literature; L; Lahiri, Jhumpa; Larsen, Nella; Laviera, 
       Tato; Lee, Chang-rae; Lesson Before Dying, A; Lorde, 
       Audre; M; Marshall, Paule; McBride, James; Mexican 
       American Autobiography; Mexican American Children's 
       Literature; Mexican American Drama 
505 8  Mexican American Gay LiteratureMexican American Lesbian 
       Literature; Mexican American Poetry; Mexican American 
       Stereotypes; Momaday, Navarre Scott; Moody, Anne; Morrison,
       Toni; Mukherjee, Bharati; Multiculturalism; N; Native 
       American Autobiography; Native American Drama; Native 
       American Novel; Native American Oral Texts; Native 
       American Poetry; Native American Stereotypes; Naylor, 
       Gloria; Nuyorican; O; Obama, Barack Hussein; Okada, John; 
       Ortiz, Simon J.; Ortiz Cofer, Judith; P; Passing; Pedagogy
       and U.S. Ethnic Literatures; Piñero, Miguel; Puerto Rican 
       American Autobiography 
520    Unlike any other book of its kind, this volume celebrates 
       published works from a broad range of American ethnic 
       groups not often featured in the typical canon of 
650  0 American literature|xMinority authors|vEncyclopedias. 
650  0 Ethnic groups in literature|vEncyclopedias. 
650  0 Ethnicity in literature|vEncyclopedias. 
650  0 Minorities|zUnited States|xIntellectual life
650  0 Minorities in literature|vEncyclopedias. 
650  0 Minority authors|zUnited States|xBiography|vEncyclopedias.
651  0 United States|xLiteratures|vEncyclopedias. 
655  7 Electronic books.|2local 
655  7 Electronic books.|2local 
700 1  Nelson, Emmanuel S.|q(Emmanuel Sampath),|d1954- 
710 2  Baker & Taylor Axis 360 
856 4  |u